Allen Benson (musician)

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Allen Benson
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Background information
Native name
Birth nameIgbinomwanhia Benson Omoregie
Also known asAllensings
Born (1982-01-05) 5 January 1982 (age 38)
GenresUrban contemporary gospel, gospel, contemporary worship music, world music
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, musician, worship leader, producer, mixing engineer
InstrumentsVocal, keyboards, drums
Years active2000–present
LabelsLoveworld Records, ABBC Recordings,

Allen Omoregie Igbinomwanhia Benson (born January 5, 1982), known professionally as Allen Benson, is a Nigerian urban contemporary gospel singer-songwriter, worship leader and Music Producer.

Early years[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Allen Benson was born into a family of seven and found his love for music at a tender age through the positive influence of his older brother now, Dr Alohan Omoregie[1] who is a lecturer in the United Kingdom. He later became a brother in law to the "Rain Maker" Majek Fashek in the early 1990s.

Church[edit | hide | edit source]

Allen Benson is a member of Believers Loveworld Inc. aka Christ Embassy, The B.L.W POP Nation and a member of the Loveworld Music and Arts Ministry. Benson has had hit singles and also has graced platforms with renown Gospel artists such as Samsong, Frank Edwards, Sinach and more.

Awards[edit | hide | edit source]

Allen has bagged awards and nominations around the world, he won the best Male vocalist of the year at the Gospel Stars Music Awards, Nigeria, Best African New Producer of the year at the Gospel Creed Awards in December 2016, and was also nominated in two categories at the 2014 Gospel Music Awards, Italy.

Discography[edit | hide | edit source]

Singles[edit | hide | edit source]

  • "Born to Win"
  • "Miracle"
  • "My Hiding Place"
  • "All the Praise"
  • "Komole"
  • "HSKT"
  • "Your Mind"
  • "In Session"
  • "Believer"
  • "Balm of Gilead"
  • "We Are One"
  • "Rich"
  • "XX Large"
  • "Believe"

Albums[edit | hide | edit source]

  • Miracle (2017)

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