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June 17, 2014
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Benji Hype releases Rave Everyday

Benji Hype - Contributed

Mainstream success haslong eluded ultra talented dancehall deejay Benji Hype. However his latest single Rave Everyday, a certified summer hit, could just do the trick.

The deejay who resides between Jamaica and the United States is quite upbeat about the song which was produced by his very own Hype International Music Group Inc.

"The song is basically about someone living and enjoying his or her life. I can relate to this song because I am one of those people who like to live their lives and just enjoy it," he said in a media release.

The song was recorded in St Elizabeth at Shawn Frass Studio and engineered by House of Stars. The artiste intends to amp up the promotion of the song to reach a wider audience.

Originally from Mandeville, Manchester, the 27-year-old entertainer, real name Bernard Wint, migrated to the US during his teenage years. Benji moved to New York and with the support of his mother and family he grew even more confident in his ability to entertain and the need to express himself through music.

He made his professional recording debut in 2011 with the song Brands Of All Brands which was produced by House of Stars label. Since then he has worked with a long list of top producers in the game including Truck Back Records, College Boyz, Dre Day Records and House of Stars.

His latest singles include Geet It Weh and Evil People. A video for Rave Everyday will be released shortly.

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