Steven Kapur is a British vocalist and reggae DJ. His childhood was spent in a neighborhood with a large immigrant population, mainly consisting of Jamaicans and Indians that was home to reggae bands such as Steel Pulse and UB40. By the early 80s, Kapur was working with local sound systems and had gained recognition as a dancehall DJ. His first single Movie Over India (1989) became a hit with both Reggae and Bhangra lovers. In 1992, Apache got a major break when he signed a record deal with Island Records who released his album No Reservations. His fusion of Reggae, Raggamuffin, Hip Hop and Bhangra was quite unique and created a new segment in the music world. He is considered a legend in his field and is the only Indian artist to achieve seven top forty hits in the National UK charts. In his long and illustrious career, Apache has worked with the big names in the music business, notably Shaggy, Boy George, Sean Paul, Luciano, Asha Bhosle, Bappi Lahri, Desmond Dekker, Tim Dogg and several others. He is best known for chartbusters as Chok There, Arranged Marriage and Boom Shack-A-Lack during the 90s. His recent collaboration with Jazzy B for Dil Lutya has taken the world by storm. He has also appeared in a Tamil film called Love Birds where he was seen dancing with Prabhu Deva.