The Ghanaian-Glaswegian hip hop artist was playing in home territory in Glasgow, at the intimate venue of Stereo. Good beer upstairs. Good vibes down in the venue. We like it.
Gold is a record filled with Ghanaian influence, with a whole host of instruments popping up on the album, measured lyrics and some well-placed timely basslines and harder verses making it a bit of a dance frenzy too. Kobi spared none of this on stage, playing alongside a band consisting of keys, drums, guitars, trumpets and saxophones and getting the crowd moving as he did so.
Each of the instrumentalists played their part perfectly and led by the charismatic Kobi at centre stage, clearly a natural and very comfortable performer, the album translated to the live stage brilliantly.