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Ghanaian Artist Wutah Kobby Says He’s Not Getting Support From The Media

Wutah Kobby, a member of defunct music duo Wutah, has lamented the lack of support from the media after going solo.

He said although he is getting the interviews and media appearances, his songs are not getting airplay.

He said the feedback after going solo has been transformational and people who appreciate good music should keep listening to his music.

Wutah Kobby told DJ Slash in an interview on Rainbow Entertainment over the weekend that he can’t be ruled out from the music scene because he is still popular.

The musician, however, complained bitterly about the lack of support from the media despite the great tunes he has released after going solo.

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He admitted he is now building the Wutah Kobby brand but quickly added, the journey has been great and good.

”When it comes to quality music, you can’t take me out. When it comes to living music, you can’t go around me. When it comes to performance, you can’t go around me. Those are things that have been part of what I am doing now.”

Hee was hopeful his brand would make successful gains in the coming years.

Meanwhile, he has asked fans of Wutah not to expect a comeback from the group because it will be tantamount to waiting for a ship at the Airport.


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