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Classically trained as a young child, Canadian born producer & DJ Benjamin Leung has always had a knack for music creation. A behind the scenes producer & engineer for some time now, he has co-written, produced and engineered for a wide range of House acts including Rosie Romero, Nik Denton, Amber D'Amour, Ben Leary, Titus1, Groovy Cuvy, Dom G, Tazix, and more. Those tracks have seen contracts with labels such as Blackhole Recordings / Avanti, Starlight, Respekt Recordings, Omnis Recordings, Teggno Records, Bonzai Progressive, Pop & Lock, Asquared Recordings and the list carries on.

As a solo producer and DJ, Benjamin Leung's music has been met with great enthusiasm having been signed and scheduled and released with labels such as Limbo Recordings, Notting Hill Music, Adapt Recordings, Glam Rox Recordings, Pop & Lock and Looking Glass. These releases have gone on to be supported by Paul Van Dyk, Paul Thomas, Jorgenson, Mark Eteson on Godskitchen radio, as well as house legend Axwell to name a few. His remix of "Wanna Be Closer" on Looking Glass, continues to hold strong in the top 5, making this 9 consecutive weeks in the top 10 overall on trackitdown!

iDJ Review of "Be Strong"
Canadian producers drop a lovely slice of hands in the air action just in time for the European festival season. Lovely progression and instantly likeable, McGuire’s vocals have something of the Deadmau5 vibe about them. Myagi’s breaksy remix injects a little more energy into the track and the interpretation by Marzetti will certainly appeal to the electro house lovers amongst us!

7 out of 10 Pete Jordan

Benjamin Leung Benjamin Leung, Vancouver, Canada

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