When the popular ‘Burger High-Life’ genre of music was in its very active days, harking back to the 70s and 80s, one musician who was also very popular was Nana Acheampong (a legendary hilife artist). The Lumba Brothers music group who were the favourite of many music lovers included Nana Acheampong.
Up until now, the duo’s tunes are still relevant and playing on our radios, TVs and even online due to the ‘substantialness’ of the tunes. Nonetheless, corresponding to Nana Acheampong, his daughter Gyakie Acheampong has followed the steps of her Dad.
She has been singing at a young age and obviously, just like her dad, her voice is as wonderful as a blessed messenger. Gyakie came ‘out of her shell’ relatively not long ago with a few hit tunes including: Forever, Control, Seed, Sor Mi Mu which featured one of Ghana’s best contemporary hilife artists, Bisa Kdei, Love Is Pretty, Nana Nyame, Never Like This, and numerous others.
Gyakie’s ‘Never Like This’ tune was her first one that brought her into limelight in the Ghanaian music industry a year ago. The tune did exceptionally well, and from that point forward, she produced wonderful tunes that has grabbed the eye of numerous music fans globally, especially Ghanaians.
The promising singer/songwriter recently released her debut Extended Play (EP) ‘Seed’ which is a 5-track EP. As indicated by Gyakie ‘Seed’ takes the audience on a sonic excursion through Gyakie’s encounters.
Gyakie is a fast-rising artist with such a great amount of music talent to offer, in light of the sort of vocal capacities and songwriting aptitudes she has.