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The best kept secret in music


"Riddim review"

"This year, Danga Zone Entertainment has THE contender for the summer
hit riddim – it goes by the name of „Wipe Out“. Close to the Surfari´s
original tune with just a few edits and extra drums, this selection
bounces like nothing good and will leave nobody leaning against the
wall. It seems like all the artists had one hell of a time voicing this
masterpiece, and that´s why you´re getting bomb after bomb here: Beenie
Man and Buju Banton, both with exceptionally good tunes over the past
months, are coming with “From U Neva” and “Mi And Unnu”, soca artist
Bunji Garlin who has been known to crossover to dancehall is giving
“Fire Fi Dem”, sweetheart Cecile adds “Goody” to the selection and Ele
caters to the bad man fraternity with “Nah Stray”. The true surprise of
this selection is Miami´s own Beniton The Menace, who contributes
another tune to the ubiquitous Dutty Wine hype (first mentioned in a
tune by Tony Matterhorn) and thereby rocks like whoa. Originally a
selector for Hellrazor Movement, Beniton is currently on the road of
success and is destined to come up with some more dancehall smashers
like this. A true sure shot selection – /mad like dawg/ as Sadiki said. "

- riddim magazine (germany)


Bop Your head(Dutty whine)
Touch it remix
Turn it up


Feeling a bit camera shy



If you haven't heard about Beniton you've been living under
a rock. Beniton has been sharing the stage with some of the
biggest names in dancehall: from performing with Baby Cham to
blazing the fire with Capleton. Beniton has been creating lyrical
havoc wherever he goes, nicknamed "Beniton the Menace" by
radio personalities.

Beniton is now stepping into the major league with his latest
release on the "wipe out" riddim. The track, titled "Bop your head"
aka "dutty wine," has been creating quite a pandemonium in
the dancehall scene. Beniton has been recording professionally
for the past three years, admiring the professional work of such artists
like Bob Marley, Shabba Ranks, and Super Cat.

Before pursuing a career as a Reggae artist Beniton managed his
own sound system called Hellrazor Sound, known today as the
"Hellrazor movement". Hellrazor has a large following since Beniton
was always the main attraction wherever the sound system would
play. Everyone can easily identify Beniton because of his eccentric
hairstyle and electrifying performance when he is introducing a
"big tune". Beniton's past has allowed the other members of the
Hellrazor clique to carry on the sound system's future

Beniton is now focusing his energy on becoming an
established artiste in the music business. He is on
the fast track to achieving his goal. Beniton has captivated audiences
He is well-received during his frequent trips to Jamaica, in
the North American dancehall reggae scene and by European reggae radio

BYM entertainment.