Ghanaian Afro-fusion artist, Gyakie has been announced as a member of the YouTube Black Voices Class of 2023.
This was revealed in a post by YouTube Music on social media.
She is the only Ghanaian female artiste in addition to Ghanaian producer, Juls, to be named amongst a myriad of Black Creators from all parts of the world.
As a member of the BVF Class of 2023, Gyakie as well as over 30 named Black creators including Nigeria’s BNXN, Asake, America’s production duo, Take A Daytrip and South Africa’s MashBeatz will be equipped with resources and support to help amplify their voices.
The creatives will receive dedicated partner support and the opportunity to participate in several training workshops and networking programs.
The artistes will also get funding that will be invested in the development of their channels.
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