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Benji Hype impresses at Hague @benjihype @one876 @Streetfamblacca Featured

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US-based dancehall artiste Benji Hype performed at the Hague Agricultural and Livestock show on Ash Wednesday where he got a big forwards for his top ten hit, 'Google Bad Mind' and for his latest single, Man Dark.

"It was a really good performance, I want to thank the organisers for giving me ten minutes so the fans could see what I can do. I walked on with 'Google Bad Mind' and mi get a great forward and then mi do 'Man Dark' and the forwards dem get louder. The young people love the Man Dark fi some reason, dem love the slang," Benji Hype said.

Benji Hype closed his set with the stage show song, 'Food Haffi Cook', the humorous 'Good Good', and his club banger, Rave Everyday'.
"The fans dem a warm up to Rave Everyday, mi see crazy phones inna the air and the people dem a wave to it" he said.
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