Keith Wonderboy Johnson Death and Obituary, American Gospel Musician Keith Lamar Johnson is Dead, Cause of Death
Keith Lamar Johnson, better known by his stage name Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson, is an American gospel musician. He started his solo career in 1998 with the release of Across the Storm on World Wide Gospel Records.
Over the course of thirteen years, he released fourteen albums on World Wide Gospel Records, Worldwide Records, Verity Records, Central South Records and Blacksmoke Records. Eleven albums topped Billboard Magazine’s Gospel Albums chart, in addition to the indie and Heatseekers album charts.
Born Keith Lamar Johnson on May 17, 1972 in Brooklyn, New York, he was nicknamed “Wonder Boy” at the age of five due to his outstanding vocal skills. He has an older sister, Sonia. Started singing with his father Philip Johnson and uncle in original spiritual voice.
His musical career began in 1998 with the release of World Wide Gospel Records’ “Through the Storm”, which was just one of 11 albums on Billboard Magazine’s charts, most of which came from gospel albums.
Some spots on the independent album chart are Live and Alive in 2000, Tribute to Quartet Legends, Vol. 1 in 2001, and Send a Revival in 2002, which happened to be the albums that made it to the Heatseekers album chart.
He released albums on World Wide Gospel, World Wide Records, Verity Records, Central South Records and Blacksmoke Records, with which he released 14 albums during his 13-year career. His background singer and his band are known as Spirit Voices.