Yaw Tog and Gyakie
Gyakie And Yaw Tog To Release A Tune When School Breaks.
Young Ghanaian uprising music sensation Gyakie has uncovered that she and the melodeous rapper Yaw Tog would have delivered a new track notwithstanding their school matters.
Notwithstanding their break to the top in the previous few months, Gyakie and Yaw Tog are as yet tutoring. Gyakie is a Business Organization Undergraduate at the Kwame Nkrumah School of Science and Technology Kumasi (KNUST).
Yaw Tog is still at the optional level of his schooling. He is an understudy at the Opoku Ware Senior Secondary School in Kumasi. He fantasies about proceeding with his tertiary schooling at the College of Ghana, Legon.
The two youthful artistes are seemingly the greatest new things in their artworks currently considering a few triumphs they've chocked quite recently in the principal quarter of this current year.
Gyakie's "Forever" hit tune is as yet winning to the side the remix with Omah Lay. Yaw Tog additionally highlighted a ghanaian based American English rapper Stormzy on a remix of his "Sore" hit single.
Showing up on UTV Ghana's Unified Showbiz interestingly, Gyakie's true fan page tweeted that ghanaian should keep an eye out for a tune with Yaw Tog in spite of the fact that it will defer on the grounds that they are both school year kickoff now after the long break.
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