Jackline Acheampong professionally known as Gyakie is one of Ghanaian budding singer, songwriter, and performer. She took the industry by the storm with her debut song Love Is Pretty. During an interview once, the beautiful and young singer said that just like her father, the legendary Nana Acheampong, she's on her way to make her mark in Ghana music industry.
From all indication, she is living up to her words. Her debut EP Seed is doing amazing in all music platforms. The five songs on the EP are all a hit and she is enjoying the fruit of her hard work and dedication.
I am her to bring you the proof that her song Forever remix which she did and released with Nigeria budding singer Omah Lay is topping the chart in platforms, enjoying airplay in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and many more. Checkout posts made by some radio stations, music platforms and streaming sites:
Remember when the remix was released last month on the 19th of March. It received many criticisms, people said Omah Lay spoilt the song, his verse wasn't good enough and so on. They also said Gyakie didn't do much to change the lyrics from the original song.
All these criticisms she receives in good faith. Her Reply about not changing the lyrics much from the original one was simple. She said she didn't want to change the originality of the song by messing with the initial lyrics. Now take a look at how well the remix is doing.
In life, follow your heart irrespective of nay sayers. All the best to the young lady and more hits to her.
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