Gyakie, an Afrobeats musician from Ghana, has expressed her disagreement with Blakk Rasta’s assessment that her career is on the decline.
She asserts that the majority of people expect artists to consistently make music that is as successful as the music they have previously released.
According to her, as a consequence, when people’s expectations are not met, they draw the conclusion that the artist is not very good.
She continued by saying, “I do not believe that I am buried as Blakk Rasta says.”
“People have trained their brains to put their sights on a specific objective, where “they” assume that if you are not able to achieve better with your current song as you did with your prior hit, it indicates that you are not good enough.”
Her comments come after a broadcaster by the name of Blakk Rasta said that Gyakie and Black Sherif’s careers are destined to fail.
During an interview with Blogger Attractive Mustapha, he said, “where is Gyakie right now, are you still hearing about Gyakie, you are an entertainment writer look at the hype they gave to Gyakie and now she is nowhere to be found.” Are you still hearing about Gyakie? Are you still hearing about Gyakie?
Gyakie, on the other hand, indicated that she is not under any pressure to compose a song that would outshine her viral hit ‘Forever’ in an interview that she gave to Hitz FM on Friday. Gyakie’s statement was made on the topic of pressure.