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“Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry? I actually think my hardest challenge was simply getting started and getting my name out there. It seems so impossible at times and with everybody trying to become rappers as well, it makes it hard for people to notice me. I feel like I’m stuck in the middle of a big crowd and I’m the smallest person. Even though I have the talent and work ethic, it’s still very hard to just show the world what I have to offer when there are tons of new rappers trying to get signed.”
“I’m pretty sure we’ve said it a number of times before but here at Subba-Cultcha.com we go out of our way to find artists and groups that we believe infuse their music with passion, creativity and a little bit of something different. Now to clarify, that “little bit of something different” varies from artist to artist, group to group, track to track, but you know when you hear it. Subba-Cultcha was introduced to DJ Philly Phil by the track “My City” and after going through the above check list and ticking every box we decided to get in touch with Phil Worthy to find out a little more about the man behind the DJ… SC – How are you? Where does this Q&A find you? PW – I’m doing great actually, just enjoying life. I’m currently in Houston, Texas with my family. SC – How did the recording sessions for your latest release go? Did you achieve all you’d planned to? PW – It went well. I created some great fresh tunes and possibly some hits...(Click link to read”
“His lyrics come rapid-fire, cleanly enunciated, and spoken with a confidence and style rarely seen in the modern hip-hop scene. His melody lines hearken back to the late eighties and early nineties, when groove and funk were more important than sounding like the theme song from a bad horror movie, and where groove and funk are concerned, Philly has more of both in one knuckle of his little finger than most of what passes for hip-hop music on the radio today”