Gyakie makes history on International music platform Spotify

Gyakie makes history on International music platform Spotify

- Ghanaian singer Gyakie has scored a new historic career achievement

- She is the only African artiste who is a part of EQUAL, a new initiative by Spotify, the world's biggest streaming service

- The initiative seeks to push female artistes around the world

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Award-winning Ghanaian singer, Gyakie, who is the daughter of legendary highlife musician, Nana Acheampong, has made history with a feature on a new initiative by the world's biggest streaming service, Spotify.

She is the only African artiste who is a part of the inaugural class of EQUAL, an initiative by the international music company. The program seeks to push the music of female artistes around the world.

Gyakie makes history on International music platform, Spotify
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In a press release acknowledging the recognition, the singer expressed how honoured she was to be featured on the platform.

“I am deeply honoured to be the first African woman to partner with Spotify for EQUAL. This is huge for so many women across the continent and the entire globe. I don’t take this lightly at all,"

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In April 2021, Gyakie made an impressive showing on Billboard's Top Triller global Chart. The remix of her song Forever which features Nigerian artiste, Omah Lay, dominated the airwaves and charted at number three ahead of a song by Jennifer Lopez and just behind a song by Cardi B.

In other news, Madam Alice, the lady at the center of the issue between Akuapem Poloo and DKB over some alleged donation has broken her silence and set the record straight.

While recounting the issue on radio, Okay FM presenter Kwesi Aboagye indicated that he had come into contact with the said lady who narrated her part of the story.

According to the narration, Alice said she had been tasked by Ayisha Modi popularly known as She Loves Stonebwoy, to give Poloo and her son $1,000.

Alice is said to have reportedly managed to find Poloo's number to speak to her about the gift from Ayisha.

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