Ghanaian rising star, Gyakie, has set the music world abuzz with anticipation after dropping a cryptic message on social media, hinting at her forthcoming album. Following her captivating performance at AfroNation Portugal, Gyakie shared a series of intriguing pictures, accompanied by the enigmatic caption, "The album will be crazy."
Earlier this year, Gyakie received widespread recognition for her soulful track Far Away, which earned her the prestigious Record of the Year award at the VGMAs. The song is featured on her highly acclaimed sophomore EP, My Diary.
One notable highlight on the EP was Gyakie's collaboration with renowned artist Davido, showcasing her strong relationships within the music industry. As she gears up for the release of her debut album, fans eagerly await the surprises she has in store.
Having previously worked with notable names such as Major League DJz, the late AKA, Diplo, Serge Ibaka, Blaq Jerzee, Omah Lay, R2bees, Jux, and more, Gyakie's upcoming project is expected to make a significant impact and contribute to the global Afrobeats movement.
Gyakie's recent single, SCAR, featuring UK rapper Jbee, provided a glimpse into her chart-topping potential. Within just 24 hours of its release, the track soared to the number one spot on Apple Music's top songs chart in Ghana, further solidifying her popularity and influence.
With each milestone, Gyakie continues to showcase the foundations of her success: hard work, talent, and exceptional management. Her sophomore EP, My Diary, propelled her career to new heights, receiving critical acclaim and adding to her already impressive list of achievements.
As the anticipation builds for Gyakie's upcoming album, fans and music enthusiasts alike eagerly await the release, eager to witness the next chapter in her meteoric rise to stardom.
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