The Cameroonian-American singer Libianca has expressed her admiration for the Ghanaian R&B and afro-fusion star Gyakie.
Known for her hit song “People”, Libianca said that she loves the way Gyakie sings in her low tone and is always comfortable doing so. She also revealed that she has had a lot of inspiration from her. She said this in an interview on TV3 new day on January 8, 2024.
Libianca, who competed in the 21st season of The Voice in 2021, said that she discovered Gyakie’s music through social media and was instantly hooked by her voice and lyrics.
Libianca also praised Gyakie’s versatility and creativity, saying that she admired how she blended different genres such as Afrobeat, Highlife, and R&B. She said that Gyakie’s music was a reflection of her African roots and her global appeal.
Gyakie, who is the daughter of Ghanaian highlife legend Nana Acheampong, has been making waves in the music industry since 2019. She has released two EPs, “Seed” and “My Diary”, and has signed an record deal with Flip The Music.
Libianca, who is also signed to 5K Records and Sony, has been making a name for herself as a singer and songwriter. She is best known for her breakout Afrobeats single “People”, which debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard Afrobeats chart and received wide attention across social media. She has also released a new EP dubbed Walk Away.
Both Libianca and Gyakie are young and talented artists who are representing Africa on the global stage. They are also inspiring and influencing other aspiring singers with their music and style. They are proof that music transcends boundaries and connects people across the world.