Fast and rising afropop songstress, Gyakie, has confirmed that the song that catapulted her to fame, “Forever,” is not the song that made her famous.
Gyakie, whose real identity is Jackie Acheampong, debuted on the Billboard charts last year with her hit hit “Forever,” which led to a lucrative international record contract with RCA Records UK and Sony Music Africa.
Gyakie, on the other hand, claims that the song didn’t make her famous, but rather helped her find a wider audience.
Last week, she said this in an interview with Cookie Tee on 3FM’s “Urban Blend” broadcast.
All of the songs on her debut EP, “Seed,” according to the Flip Music signee, are champions, including her major hit, “Forever.”
“I feel that because I write all of my songs with such zeal, they are all equally wonderful, just like Forever,” she said.
Her well-known and well-received single “Forever” has been performed in over 24 countries and has earned her exposure on reputable music channels. The latest billboard appearance in Times Square in New York, as well as other Spotify collaborations.
“I think you must be hardworking,” Jackie, currently one of the greatest female vocalists and songwriters said when asked to talk about her musical journey. And I thank God for how far he has brought me, and I am grateful for my fans’ love and support.” She added.