How Omah Lay practically contributed to the success of Gyakie in Nigeria.
Before the remix of his hit single ‘Forever’ not so many were familiar with her name in the Nigerian music industry except when the remix with Omah Lay happened.
On Friday, March 19, 2021, Ghanaian afro-fusion artist Jackie Acheampong, aka Gyakie, will release a remix of her smash hit song “Forever.”
The teenage singer and daughter of highlife great Nana Acheampong made the statement on her social media platforms upon her touchdown in Nigeria.
Nigerian “Godly” hitmaker Omah Lay is included in the remix, which will be released in two days. On his official Twitter account, he also announced the release.
Gyakie is now in Nigeria for a media tour. She continues to be active and has participated in media appearances in Lagos and Abuja.
Gyakie has established herself as one of Africa’s top vocalists ever since she released her big single, “Forever.”
The talented newcomer has captured the hearts of many people with her unusual vocals and mouthwatering tunes.
Gyakie was still a student at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology’s School of Business when she recorded her big single, “Forever.”
Few people are aware that the Song Bird, as Gyakie is affectionately known, was balancing her newfound success with her studies at the same time that her song “Forever” was dominating social media in Africa.
Gyakie excelled in her studies and graduated with honours a year later, in the meantime, she was making history and paving the way for emerging musicians.
Gyakie’s song “Forever” was extremely popular and peaked at No. 1 on both the global and Nigerian thriller charts.
Few musicians can claim to have the top song on Triller just one year into their careers.
Gyakie was the musician chosen by Spotify to launch its equal campaign, which sought to level the playing field for female artists.