Gyakie and Black Sherif Are Ghana’s Most Promising Acts – Ciza

Ciza, a South African star, has made a controversial remark that Gyakie and Black Sherif. To him, the two Ghanaian uprising stars are top notch above other Ghanaian artist at the moment.

During a listening session for his Golden Boy Pack EP, the South African singer made the statement while replying press inquiries. It strangely bears a striking resemblance to KiDi’s latest album. Surprisingly, the South African singer also saw a Kidi-like bleached hairstyle!

Ciza unveiled his five-track Golden Boy Pack EP at the Oasis Lounge in Accra, Ghana, to kick off his Ghana Tour. This is part of the musician’s continent-wide media and promotional tour. The EP incorporates a variety of genres. It includes Soul, Afropop, and the latest Amapiano dance trend, showcasing the star’s vocal ability and flexibility.

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The Mzansi-born hitmaker celebrated his twentieth birthday only eight days ago. Following the release of his sophomore studio single, ADJE, he has already gained tremendous international attention. It has a million plus views on YouTube. He’s also well-known in Ghana, where he and local KiDi share a similar vocal dexterity.

The storyline centers on two golden boys. The Golden Boy Pack EP is owned by Ciza, whereas the Golden Boy Album is owned by KiDi. In more ways than one, they may resemble each other. Ciza, on the other hand, is definitely not a fan of KiDi. It’ll be interesting to see if his EP is more enjoyable than KiDi’s.

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