Stefanosis New Release Kali Yuga

Stefanosis New Release Kali Yuga
Stefanosis New Release Kali Yuga
New track by the USA producer Stefanosis, which has just been released today and is available from  all major online stores for streaming and download. 
Stefanosis, the Los Angeles based multi-instrumentalist/producer, who has been crafting his musical art for over two decades, returns with a new single entitled Kali Yuga and presented in two versions: the original vocal composition and the obligatory dub version. It is a roots stepper style reggae song with apocalyptic theme lyrics. Kali Yuga is a concept in Hinduism that says we’re now in the fourth cycle/age of existence, which is the most difficult one.
It is the age of darkness and despair among humanity and across the entire Earth, when chaos, confusion, and hypocrisy reigns. The unmistakable sound of Stefanosis is also in this release, where roots reggae fuses with eastern melodies and philosophies!
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