Caywama Edwards-Cottle, affectionately known as Wama, is a member of the Kingdom Life Ministries church in Kearton's, Barrouallie (a member church of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies), and functions as a youth leader and worship leader. She is married to Gasley Cottle, and is an English language teacher by profession.

Born into a musical family, Caywama's talent was realized at a tender age; this was solidified when she won her first gospel singing competition at just five years old. Called by God to go higher and deeper, she was prophetically released to function as a worship minister at thirteen years old.

This release into music ministry afforded her the opportunity to have shared stage with Fred Hammond, Aleithia Sweeting, Lt. Stitchie, Bridget Blucher, Kiokya Cruickshank, Voices of Victory, Eden and others. Additionally, she was awarded Best Under 19 Soloist in 2008, and was the leader of the Most Outstanding Gospel Band in 2009 at SVG's Gospel Fest. On August 27th, 2016, she became the winner of the prestigious gospel competition - Sing It Like the Stars (SILS).

Since then, Caywama has released three singles: Christ Child and Wat Yo Bringing (2016) and Charity of a Smile (2017) - all Christmas songs as she is a staunch lover of the season. She has also released two music videos: Christ Child in 2016, and more recently, Charity of a Smile in 2021. She also ministers around the country - whether face-to-face or online - as a speaker or singer.

When Caywama is not busy with church or school, you can find her reading a good book, socializing with her friends, singing along to her favorite gospel songs or listening to her favourite Gospel/inspiration speakers, baking cookies and cakes, or binge-watching cooking and HGTV shows, Hallmark movies or Asian Dramas with her sister, Carlotta Edwards.

Inspired by the lyrics of the song entitled 'Oceans', her goal is to allow the Holy Spirit to lead her where her faith is without borders. For her passion is to glorify God in all she does and minister to the masses as a conduit of God’s healing, delivering and saving power.

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