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Gyakie Teases Fans With New AfroDancehall Tune; Says “Tell Me When You Need It”-Watch

Promising Ghanaian songstress, Jackeline Acheampong, affectionately known in showbiz scenes as Gyakie is set to bless our speakers with a potential afro dancehall hit song as she teases fans with a snippet.

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The “Forever” hitmaker who made an unexpected emergence into the music scene has wowed many with her amazing singing talent. The daughter of highlife legend Nana Acheampong already dropped her 5-track EP titled “Seed” which comes with no features.

The singer who claims to have never been in love before but always writes her love songs by picturing her future love life also releaded her “Forever” song to thrill her music fans and lovers of good music in general, released under FlipTheMusic Record Label.

The song shot her to prominence and made her break global boundaries after which she recorded the remix version with Nigeria’s Omah Lay which garnered huge success on digital streaming platforms.

Well, Gyakie has posted a new video on her Twitter page, teasing fans with an afro dancehall tune as she tells her fans to tell her when they need it.

Watch the video below:

In other news, Ghanaian gospel singer, Empress Gifty Osei has lost her cool after a fan on social media deliberately tagged her as a slay queen and unrighteous despite the fact that she is a minister of the gospel.

According to Empress Gifty, the supposed fan is so block-headed and has no idea about the true definition of the word “Slay”, hence she has no right to judge her when she wears good outfits to showcase her beauty.

In a self-recorded video, Empress Gifty stated that most of the clothes she wears are only for advertisement purposes for brands and companies who contracted her to market their products for them.

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Source: CelebritiesbuzzGh | Gyakie Teases Fans With New AfroDancehall Tune; Says “Tell Me When You Need It”-Watch