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“I Don’t Think I Am Buried” – Gyakie Replies Blakk Rasta



Budding Afrobeats singer, Gyakie, says she doesn’t agree with Blakk Rasta’s belief that her career is declining to term it as “buried”.

In an interview with Doreen Avio on Daybreak Hitz, she noted that she hasn’t been buried and neither has her career.

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“I don’t think I am buried as Blakk Rasta thinks,” she said.

According to her, most people expect artists to be consistent in releasing songs that will be as successful or surpass the success rate of their most popular songs.

In light of this, she noted that when this expectation is not met then there’s this assumption that the artist is not good.

“People have set their minds to a certain target where {they} think if you are not able to do better with your current song as you did with your previous hit, it means you are not good enough.”

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However, Gyakie noted that she is not under any pressure to release a song that will outperform her all-time viral song ‘Forever.’

Gyakie’s first official song of 2022, ‘Something’ was released during the early hours of Friday morning, after nine months of not releasing a song, The song is out now and available on all digital platforms. The song was produced by Prime Beatz.

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