Gyakie is the only Ghanaian artiste to be named as member of YouTube’s Black Voices Class of 2023

Gyakie, an Afro-fusion musician from Ghana, has been named to the YouTube Black Voices Class of 2023. This was made known in a post on social media by YouTube Music:

This is a remarkable accomplishment because she is the only female artist from Ghana, together with producer Juls from Ghana, to be included on the list of several Black Creators from around the globe.

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Gyakie will have access to the necessary tools and assistance as a part of the BVF Class of 2023, along with over 30 other named Black creators, including as Nigeria’s BNXN, Asake, American production team Take A Daytrip, and MashBeatz from South Africa.

The creatives will receive dedicated partner support and the opportunity to participate in several training workshops and networking programs as well as funding that will be invested in the development of their channels.

As one of Ghana’s current rising star, Gyakie has proven time and time again that hard work, talent and great management does indeed pay off. She’s definitely a beacon, earmarking her growth and progress with several major successes.

Gyakie has continued to add to her long list of accomplishments since the publication of her sophomore album, the “My Diary” EP, and she shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

The musician connected to Flip The Music has appeared on Apple Music’s Home Session just this year. She also delivered an outstanding performance as the lone female Ghanaian artist at the Global Citizen Festival held in Accra, Ghana, and as the lone Ghanaian artist at the Homecoming Festival in South Africa. She was one of two Ghanaian musicians selected, along with Stonebwoy, for the Afrochella Pop-Up concert in South Africa. She was also just dubbed Africa’s Next on the international music streaming service Pandora.

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