Gyakie, Ghanaian Afrobeats artist, says she disagrees with Blakk Rasta when he believes her career is waning.

Most people, she claims, want musicians to regularly produce songs that are as successful as their most popular songs. As a result, if this expectation is not realized, people conclude the artist is not excellent, she claims.

She added that, “I don’t think I am buried as Blakk Rasta thinks.”

“People have set their minds to a certain target where {they} think if you are not able to do better with your current song as you did with your previous hit, it means you are not good enough.”

Her remarks follow broadcaster Blakk Rasta’s claims that Gyakie and Black Sherif’s careers are doomed.

Speaking in an interview with Blogger Attractive Mustapha, he said “where is Gyakie right now, are you still hearing about Gyakie, you are an entertainment writer look at the hype they gave to Gyakie and now she is nowhere to be found.”

Gyakie, on the other hand, stated in an interview with Hitz FM on Friday that she is not under any pressure to make a song that would outperform her viral hit ‘Forever.’

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