YouTube has declared its third music ensemble, dubbed, the #YouTubeBlack Voices Music Class of 2023 which incorporates 40 musicians, lyricists, and producers across the world, and Gyakie’s name has been discovered among the list of chosen artistes.
Gyakie and Juls, a Ghanaian music producer, are the main Ghanaian industry personalities named in the range of other imaginative minds across the globe.
As a member of the BVF Class of 2023, Gyakie as well as more than 30 listed Black creatives including Nigeria’s BNXN, Asake, America’s creative pair, Take A Daytrip and South Africa’s MashBeatz will be facilitated with the right assets and backing to assist them in enhancing their voices in a manner unlike no other.
YouTube will work step-by-step with the listed strech of creators to give them committed partner support, gather appropriate funding capital to assist with developing their channels, custom tailored preparation, studios and systems administration programs.
The Class of 2023 list of artistes, lyricists and producers incorporates Coco Jones, Babyface Beam, Larry June, Yvngxchris, Armani White, Yves Tumor, MIKE, Chicocurlyhead, Tempest, Madeline Edwards, TOBi, Honey Dijon, Unknown T, Nova Twins, Kali Claire, Rincon Sapiência, Black Pantera, Karen Francis, BLESSED, BNXN, Asake, Gyakie, and Kamo Mphela, alongside songwriters and producers, Tayla Parx, Take A Daytrip, MarcLo, Jozzy, Tiffany Red, Hitkidd, Kal Banx, NGLISH, Soaky Siren, Jin Jin, Juls, Carla Marie, MashBeatz, Ukweli, TH4I, A.B. Original, and Tia Gostelow.