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Published on November 10th, 2020 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


Urban Contemporary Gospel Artist Karlos Cobham Teams Up with Iconic Rapper Dee-1 for “Stay Lit” Remix

Urban Contemporary Gospel recording artist Karlos Cobham releases timely and timeless new single Stay Lit (Remix) feat. Mission Vision New Orleans native and iconic rapper Dee-1.

This offering is touted as “real, righteous and relevant” and reportedly that’s why Karlos and Dee-1 teamed up to do this record. It’s clear from the collaboration that the two were meant to record together and the joint is perfectly timed to meet the needs of the people at this time in our world.

About the song, Cobham declares We all have a choice to watch the darkness going on in the world or to face the dark and be the light. When we walk in the light we can then see clear enough to be salt and light. Imagine God as the sun and we being mirrors. When we position ourselves in His presence then we reflect on the earth who He is. God is light and in Him, there is no darkness.

Aside from being an artist, Cobham is also an entrepreneur and budding radio man with his KWEST Radio a station that plays music to inspire, encourage and build the spiritual development of people. This is an online BDS monitored radio station with a worldwide reach featuring life changing and exciting shows such as thoughtful FRIDAYS hosted by Urban Contemporary Gospel Artist Karlos Cobham Fridays at 8 pm EST and H&R Show hosted by Hudson Charles and Richard Voltaire Mondays at 5pm EST. More new shows coming soon!

Tune in today online via kwestinternational.com/radio or download the KWEST Radio app available in the apple, google play and amazon store.


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