With her stunning voice, beautiful looks and intense drive, Cooper Phillip captures the undivided attention of the eyes and ears around her. Cooper has always been a small town girl with dreams bigger than anyone could fully imagine. Her early years were shaped by being raised by her grandmother and aunt while her mother, a master violin player, toured with various symphonies.
All along, Cooper had her sights set on the big city. Determined to pursue a career in music, Cooper’s mother let her move to New York at 17. With barely a dollar to her name, she worked and hustled, singing in weddings and clubs and sleeping in the storeroom of a restaurant where she sang. It wasn’t easy but she would not be deterred. After a year in New York, Cooper jumped at an opportunity to sing at a gig in Los Angeles. She never went back. She met Yoni Blondy, a talented young producer who introduced her to Sundafu Kawah of Imaginary Ghost Management. The two clicked right away. With a strong sense of direction, Cooper began pouring her heart into songs she would write for debut Ep called Walk A Mile. Writing several songs with Blondy, she found an outlet to tell her story in songs like Black Box, Silence and title song Walk A Mile.
With her natural charisma, limitless talent and genuine like-ability, the word “star quality” is used often when people meet this young girl. The future only seems to be getting brighter as her soaring voice shines and her focused passion continues to grow every step of the way.