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From the streets of Cape Town, South Africa Stefan has seen the scars and broken layers of humanity, as well as a true hope found in Jesus. From school in Cape Town, to College in the States, he has learnt from musicians on a global scale.
Through his experience, he brings a unique edge in releasing a sound that will become the doorway for many to find Jesus. The last ten years have involved countless songs and publications with writers across the world, from Elevation Church in the USA, Life Worship in the UK, all the way to Hillsong in Australia.
He is committed to crafting and creating music that is written with a soul that is set out to connect people to the heart of God. He has decided to launch forward with an exciting solo project, ‘Battlefield’.
He has co-written songs such as ‘Grateful’ & ‘I can’t believe’ with elevation church, steven furtick & chris brown attracting over 9 million views on Youtube alone. Contributing to a GMA Dove Award Worship Album nomination with Songs on Here As In Heaven and There is a Cloud. He’s also recently worked on a new release with Brandon Lake and London Gatch.
- Songwriter and Worship Leader // Hillsong South Africa Worship Team for the last decade
- He has created with Elevation Worship, Localsound, Lifeworship, Bridge Worship and many more.
- He has been a part of songs that have been on WorshipNow, Best of Live Worship and New and Bold spotify playlists.
- Inspired by Bethel, Upperroom, Maverick, Coldplay and Bon Iver
- Youtube: www.youtube.com
- Spotify: open.spotify.com
- Instagram: mr_stefangreen
Date published: 16/07/2021
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