Ghanaian female music sensation, Gyakie thrilled the fans of a concert held in Tanzania with an amazing performance that got a lot of applauds from the audience. The Ghanaian singer who had her breakthrough into the mainstream in 2020 had her best performance giving the fans what they want us music lovers.
The "Forever" hitmaker was all over the stage singing with her melodic voice where the fans couldn't hold on to their tongue than to sing alongside with the music being played. The melody of the song alone was a driven steer that geared them to hail this young and amazing musical act from Ghana.
Though some of her lyrics were in the Ghanaian accent but since music is the food for the soul, the fans settle down their joy in the melody as well as the lyrical dexterity which gave them what they find so much interest in.
She took all the audience by surprise and graced the stage with her mouthwatering performances. Gyakie is a national asset and a great musician to take Ghanaian music to the world.
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