I fish at night to survive – Kobby Phil

Rapper, singer and songwriter – Kobby Phil

Ghanaian fast rising talented singer, rapper, lyricist, know in the showbiz as Kobby Phil born Addo K. Philip.

Kobby Phil is an Akan, a product of Begro Senior High School year of 2020. A son of late Yaw Opare. Noble Africa Entertainment boss, Gnostic interviewed him on one of unrecorded track dubbed “Help The World”.

Is a song which talks about orphans, poor, those sleeping on the street and needy. He sung this emotional song with a silky voice.

In an interview with Kobby Phil:

Well, thank you Gnostic for this opportunity. I don’t have a specific work doing. I don’t stay in one place, I move around for job. I weed a banana plantation to survive. As am talking to you, I have been selling handkerchief, TomTom on the street, fishing at night for some months now just to earn something for a daily meal.

I know to be a man is not an easy thing but I know God is in control. I’m doing all these to make my mother and siblings proud. I discovered my talent in music when I was in Junior High School. By then, I don’t believe in myself.

I have been singing emotional songs because of what I’m going through in other to encourage people with no hope, who are downhearted. I have many unrecorded lyrics because of I don’t have that much to book a studio.

Gnostic added:

Help The World. There are many people on the streets giving up in life. They don’t need your money or food. Show them love, care. Encourage them on whatever they’ve planned ahead. Be a motivation to someone.

To sponsor Kobby Phil to make his dream come to reality kindly contact: +971569135126.



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