Benghaxi is an artist who has a rich history with music, spanning from the birth of Hip Hop to the cloud rap era. Benghaxi was born in upstate New York, where he was first inspired to pursue music after listening to REDMAN, Naughty By Nature, ONYX, and the Ghetto Boys. Growing up, he used dual-sided cassette tapes to make instrumentals and record music, and he was always fascinated by the horror-themed music videos, especially Michael Jackson's "Thriller."
Despite his early love for music, Benghaxi did not pursue it as a career until recently. He explains that there was a wide gap between when he was first inspired by music and now, he was influenced by JAY Z, 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, DJ Clue, Fabolous, and Snoop Dogg. However, his passion for music was reignited a few years ago during the cloud rap era, which was spearheaded by Lil Uzi, Lil Pump, XXXTentacion, and Juice WRLD. According to Benghaxi, "it's like that's the era I belonged to."
Benghaxi has a lot of upcoming releases in the works, including his recently finished album "Maximum Overdrive," and his debut album, "Welcome to the Jungle." Benghaxi describes the jungle as what's inside his head, where he has so many songs that he can't even get them all out. His upcoming album, "Welcome to the Jungle," promises to be an exciting journey through Benghaxi's mind, filled with horror-themed music, and a celebration of the cloud rap era.
Benghaxi's vision for his future as an artist is not about fame or money, but about sharing his music with the world. He explains that he has so much music inside his head, and he wants to let the world know what's inside. His dream is to make an album with many features from rappers old and new, showing that things change, but really, it all stays the same.
Benghaxi's musical influences have played a significant role in shaping his style. His list of influences includes 3rd Bass, 50 Cent, AZ, Birdman, Buckshot, Bushwick Bill, DJ Clue, DMX, Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, Eminem, Erick Sermon, Fabolous, Freeway, Future, Ghostface Killah, Gucci Mane, Havoc, Ice Cube, Ice-T, Jay Z, Juice WRLD, Juicy J, Kool G Rap, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Wayne, Lloyd Banks, Method Man, Mystikal, The Notorious B.I.G., Raekwon, Rakim, Redman, Rich Homie Quan, Rick Ross, Scarface, Silkk the Shocker, Slick Rick, Smoothe da Hustler, Snoop Dogg, Soulja Boy, Sticky Fingaz, Travis Scott, Trippie Redd, XXXTentacion, and Young Thug.
In conclusion, Benghaxi's journey through music has been a long and winding road, with many influences and inspirations along the way. His debut album "Welcome to the Jungle" promises to be an exciting journey through the mind of Ben ghaxi's , filled with horror-themed music and a celebration of the cloud rap era. Benghaxi's vision for his future as an artist is not about fame or money, but about sharing his music with the world.