Promising Ghanaian afrobeat/afro-fusion singer, Jackeline Acheampong known professionally as Gyakie has made history by becoming the first African woman to partner with Swedish audio streaming platform, Spotify.
Gyakie made this known to her fans in a post she shared on her Instagram page, where she expressed her joy for her latest achievement, expressing her gratitude for the honour.
“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…P.S: We made it to Times Square 💛 Image by @CommonJuls.”
Gyakie was shortlisted together with other female acts including American rapper Saweetie, Brazillian pop artist Duda Beat, British singer-songwriter Griff, Mexico Natalia Lafourcade, and German singer Zoe Wees.
Her existence in the music industry hasn’t been that long but she has managed to break through international boundaries with her craft.
This feat of hers has landed her an appearance on a billboard at Times Square in New York.
The young Ghanaian soul singer has accomplished a great deal in her brief musical career, and she should be commended for her enormous achievements.
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