Wutah Kobby

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Wutah Kobby
Birth nameDaniel Nyarko Morris
Born (1982-12-21) 21 December 1982 (age 40)
Korle bu, Accra
OriginKwahu-Obomeng,Eastern Region, Ghana
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, entrepreneur
Years active2004–present
LabelsG-string entertainment, NKZ music, Currently – Wutah Kobby Music

Wutah kobby is the stage name of Daniel Nyarko Morris , a Ghanaian singer and songwriter from Eastern Region of Ghana and also CEO of Wutah Kobby Music.[1]

Life and music career[edit]

Christened Daniel Morris Nyarko 21 December 1982 and known in the showbiz cycles as Wutah Kobby, he hails from Kwahu-Obomeng in the Eastern Region of the Republic of Ghana.

Bred in the capital city Accra, he had his secondary education at Koforidua Senior High Technical School and later to the Takoradi Polytechnic where he was awarded HND in Building Engineering.

Wutah Kobby's teamed up with two others to form the group, to contest in the maiden Nescafe African Revelation which they come out 2nd, Currently with three albums "Anamontuo", "Burning Desire" and "Selfless Bliss" to his credit, the ace singer shares the two former albums with Peevee.[2]

Also, he is currently the vice president of the Ghana Association of Songwriters.[3]


Studio albums
  • Anamontuo[4] (2004)
  • Burning Desire[5] (2008)
  • Selfless Bliss[6] (2015) – Solo Project
  • Abokobi Album (2021)

Anamontuo (meaning Exodus) – the maiden album was released in 2004 and produced hit songs like "Goosy-gander", "Adonko", "Big dreams" and many hit songs.

Burning Desire – the second album as a duo was released in late 2008 and also had the hit song "Kotosa".

Selfless Bliss – the maiden album by Wutah Kobby as a solo artiste was released in and produced hits like "Tsotsoo", "Ambulance", and "Odo Yewu" with the latter two featuring Sarkodie and Kwabena Kwabena respectively.

Abokobi Album - This Album features artist like Medikal, Guru, KelvynBoy, Fameye, Comedian Waris, Angla Escoba, Kwesi Swat etc. Abokobi is a 18 track album which consist of musics like Mattress, So Far So Good, Boosue, Ade dede , Gold , kokoti, Set You free, Odo Colour, etc.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Bass Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2015 Himself
Song Writer of the Year[7] Won
Best Reggae Video of the Year[8] Won
Best Male Vocalist of the Year[9] Won
Reggae Song of the Year[10] Won

Ghana Music Awards UK[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 Himself
High Life Song of the Year Won
Best Group of the Year[11] Won
High Life Song of the Year[12] Won

Vodafone-Ghana Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2006 Himself Record of the Year[13] Won
Best reggae song of the year[14] Won
2010 Best High Life Song of the Year[15] Won
Best Reggae Song of the Year[16] Won
2018 Best Group of the Year[17] Won

Ghana Music Awards USA[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 Himself Best Group of the Year[18] Won


  1. ^ "I want to tour the world with afro country music – Kobby Wutah".
  2. ^ "Biography of Wutah | Wutah of Ghana".
  3. ^ "Akwaboah, Wutah Join Ghana Association of Songwriters | Zylofon News".
  4. ^ "More Fire from Wutah".
  5. ^ "Reggae : Burning Desire".
  6. ^ "Selfless Bliss | Wutah Kobby".
  7. ^ "Bass Awards 2015 Nomination: Stonebwoy tops with 10 | Music 2015-12-09".
  8. ^ "Stonebwoy wins big at 2015 Bass Awards". 17 December 2015.
  9. ^ "Stonebwoy Grabs 8 Bass Awards Nominations – News Ghana".
  10. ^ "Stonebwoy tops with nominations with 10". 8 December 2015.
  11. ^ "Ghana Music Awards UK 2018: Full list of nominees | Entertainment 2018-07-18".
  12. ^ "Full List of Nominees for 2018 Ghana Music Awards UK".
  13. ^ "A List of All Ghana Music Award Winners Since Its Inception – Kuulpeeps – Ghana Campus News and Lifestyle Site by Students".
  14. ^ "Ghana Music Awards 2006 Makes History | Music 2006-03-06".
  15. ^ "Sakordie Makes History at Ghana Music Awards 2010". 11 April 2010.
  16. ^ "Ghana Music Awards 2010 Nominations".
  17. ^ "Full list of winners at 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards".
  18. ^ "2018 Ghana Entertainment Awards USA| Full List of Winners". 2 July 2018.

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