The pressure was so strong that it almost got to her. However, she had to psyche herself up to just continue making good music. If the song is good enough it would become big.
“It got to a point when there was that pressure on me to release a song which is bigger than forever, but it didn’t get to me because I’m also doing my part of the work by recording good music and promoting it as much as I can, so obviously when you release a song which becomes very big, everyone expects the next ones to be good songs even if it’s not big.
“So I used to have that pressure, but I don’t have it anymore because I have psychedmyself that if I want to drop a song so far as the music is good, I’m not supposed to be triggered to think whether to drop it or not,” Gyakie noted.
Meanwhile, she was speaking in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM.
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