Major Steppa

Major Steppa whose given name is Fredrick Sarfo Kantanka, (born April 24th) is a Reggae/Afrobeat/Dancehall Artist hailing from Accra, the capital city of Ghana, best known for his global smash hit song entitled ‘Taaba After Taaba’ (feat. DJ Gashie), a communications student in the African University College of Communication (AUCC), as well as being the CEO of Humble Heights Connect music group. "I was raised as a Seventh-Day Adventist. Growing up, I was a member of the Adventist youth choir and I played brass band for the Adventist Youth Band at a young age," Major Steppa says. "It was easy for me to sing almost every song I heard my parents playing at home when growing up (mostly, collections of S.D.A Gospel songs), so it was no surprise to me when I found myself composing my own songs from high school days which led to my first recording at the age of 18 years old". He has become one of the most consistent hard-working emerging artists in Ghana, respected for his positive brand.