Wutah Kobby a member of the defunct award-winning music group ‘Wutah’ has pleaded with Ghanaians to accept his new chosen career path to be a solo artiste after separating with Afriyie.
In Ghana, it is quite evident that members of a defunct music group hardly make it to the top whilst others struggle to regain recognition as a solo artiste.
During a celebrity interview with Amansan Krakye of Radio Central fame in Cape Coast, Wutah Kobby was asked whether he’s struggling to gain the attention of music enthusiasts without his colleague Afriyie by his side, he said
“As for me I can’t tell whether I’m struggling to get people’s musical attention, that’s for Ghanaians to determine but I’m doing all that is necessary by churning out good songs that’s why the only name you hear after we separated is Wutah Kobby.
“Sometimes Ghanaians have a very difficult heart but I’m on my knees I’m begging that music lovers should please accept me as a solo artiste because there is this perception that when you go solo you hardly get accepted.
When asked whether he will consider dropping ‘Wutah’ from his name as part of the rebranding process unfolds, he said
“You see Wutah in Hausa means fire. I mean fire that represents positivity, inspiration and perseverance which is what I represent.
“So I won’t say because the group is no more I will put the name somewhere and call myself Kobby. I will continue to be known as Wutah Kobby.
Wutah Kobby is the stage name of Daniel Morris Nyarko, a Ghanaian singer and songwriter from Eastern Region and also CEO of Wutah Kobby Music.
Enjoy this song from the damp of Wutah Kobby: