Fast rising Ghanaian singer who is widely known as Gracie has finally opened up on her life and how her music is going on so far. In an interview with Zion Felix on his YouTube handle, the afro pop singer disclosed that the remix of her song 'forever' is doing well so far ever since it has released. She added that God, her parents and fans are the very reason her music career has been successful and for that matter she thank them a lot.
She continued by saying that she doesn't want to ride on the name of her father Nana Acheampong for fame since her father's genre of music was different from her. I want to build my own brand so Ghanaians will recognize me as Gyakie and not Nana Acheampong's daughter. She added that Omay Lay who she featured on her forever remix is not her boyfriend and for that matter Ghanaians must stop tagging her with him. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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