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Ghanaian Afro fusion songstress Jackeline Achampong popularly known as Gyakie has hit 50000 followers on Audiomack becoming the most the most followed female Ghanaian musician on Audiomack. Dethroning Wend Shay, Gyakie who has a familial connection to Nana Achampong who has had a strong influence on her love for music from a young age, and on her becoming on of Ghana’s fastest rising musician she is today.
Having burst into the Ghanaian music scene over a year ago, the ever-rising songbird boasts of quite an impressive catalogue of singles within her very short time.
In August 2020, Gyakie dropped her debut project, a 5-track EP simply titled Seed. The cover artwork of the EP is a photo that shows her as a child, wearing studio headphones and posing in the recording booth alongside her father—a visual which could easily be taken as a bold index finger pointing right at the family business.
According to the afro-fusion singer, the Seed EP is a journey that explores diverse genres as a reflection of her musical quest of finding and staying true to herself, while leaving lingering thoughts of what to expect from her in subsequent projects. Seed is short but sweet, and does just that. The EP is full of different sounds that give you just a taste of what she is capable of and what to expect on her journey, which has only just begun.