Gyakie Acheampong, a young and brilliant Ghanaian female Afrobeats musician, has disclosed that her greatest song, “Forever,” was penned during the quarantine period.

Even though the Corona virus epidemic had its own set of repercussions and effects, it appears to have benefited certain artists, particularly Ghanaian artists, by bringing out the best in them.

The song gained a significant boost when the young singer remixed it and included Nigeria’s top Afrobeats amazing artist Omah Lay, in what many called a good “Ghana Naija” connection.

Gyakie has performed ‘Forever’ on numerous stages around Africa and the world, including her latest appearance at the Africa Day Celebration Concert, where she was presented on stage by the renowned Angelique Kidjo, who praised her as one of the continent’s top talents.

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Taking to twiter, Gyakie wrote:

I’ll definitely share a playlist of the songs I made during quarantine before the year ends. Forever was one of those ones though

However, previously published that Shatta Wale, the Ghanaian dancehall musician, descended hard on some roadworkers he allegedly paid to construct the road because it wasn’t in good shape.

According to sources, the dancehall act assaulted the employees with a group of youngsters thought to be thugs in Nima, who beat up the employees for delaying the job.

According to reports, Shatta Wale paid the road’s constructors GHC4 million before leaving for his vacation to the United States.

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Shatta Wale ordered the workers to stop working, according to videos that have been distributed on social media.

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