Benyamin Bahadori

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About Benyamin Bahadori Benyamin Bahadori (Persian: بنيامين بهادرى) is an Iranian singer of Persian pop music from Tehran, Iran. His 2006 album "85" was a massive commercial success within Iran and with the Iranian diaspora abroad. His most famous songs include Khatereha (more commonly known as Donya), Loknat (Stutter), and Adam Ahani (more commonly known as Halam Badeh). In September 2006 Bahadori travelled to Sweden to have gigs in Tantolunden, Hornstull and Stockholm. Bahadori is also famous for his religious composings, though these have had less commercial success. Reports surfaced in September 2008 that Benyamin had reached an accord with Iranian-born entertainment agent Mayar Zokaei to perform a series of concerts in North America. Zokaei, whose Los Angeles, California -based marketing and concert production conglomerate is responsible for managing the U.S. careers of such Iranian Warner Brothers Music artists Arash Labaf, DJ Aligator & Ali Payami, has remained mum on the subject. So far Benyamin has produced 3 Studio Albums and is working on his new one due for release soon.

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Rank Person Name Total
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31. Kaveh Yaghmaei 756
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34. Hamid Hami 601
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36. Gholām-Hossein 521
38. Vigen Derderian 434

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