Kanka is a French dub producer and multi-instrumentalist player: he plays drums, percussions, keyboard, bass, and machines. He began his musical career in 1997 by integrating the reggae band King Riddim. With this band, he releases an album in year 2000. Then he promotes the album and participates to 200 concerts everywhere in France. It has been the occasion to meet bands such as the Gladiators, Pablo Moses, Horace Andy, Anthony B, Tyken Jah Fakoly, Alpha Blondy, Max Roméo, Burning Spear…
In parallel to the band, Kanka decides to play dub music. To become dub producer. In year 2003, he releases a first album, Every Night's Dub. This album is a self production and will never be distributed on a large scale. This one marks however an interesting collaboration with the vocalist Mc Olivia (Blackboard Jungle Sound System). The album especially enables him to take part in many compilation in France and Europe.
His name and his music were heard and the French dub label Hammerbass which closely watch his productions makes it sign afterwards. In year 2005, the album Don't Stop Dub is released. In this album, the sound of Kanka is oriented “stepper”, influenced by the British and Jamaican dub music but with a very dynamic rhythmic and a heavyweight bass line. Mc Oliva is still present but the British toaster Brother Culture, from the Manasseh Sound System, takes part in the album too. The forceful of the Kanka's music is also in the power of the vocal.
Kanka continues his work with the band King Riddim and another album is published in 2006. This same year, Kanka proposes his third album, Alert! The bases of the stepper are reinforced, the bass line is still so heavy and also a lot of the hypnotic sounds appear and traverse the album as a whole. In this last album, the sound is a little bit more electronic.