Benyamin Bahadori

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Benyamin Bahadori
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Bahadori in the concert
Vahid Bahadori

(1982-09-09) September 9, 1982 (age 36)
Height1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Spouse(s)Nasim Heshmati (m. 2010–13; her death) Shaily Mahmoudi (m. 2016)
ChildrenBarana (b. 2012)
Musical career
Years active2005–Present
  • Salim Ahmadi , Avaye Nekisa , Taraneye Sharghi
Associated actsSohrab Pakzad, Arvin Saheb
WebsiteOfficial Website
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Benyamin Bahadori (Persian: بنیامین بهادری‎) is an Iranian Pop singer, composer and songwriter[1] from Tehran, Iran. His first album "85" released in 2006, was a massive commercial success within Iran and with the Iranian diaspora abroad.[2] Also known as Benyamin and his stage name is Benyamin. He is one of the most popular pop singers in Iran.[3] Benyamin has released four studio albums and numerous singles so far. He also sang sound tracks for the Movies "Gorgo Mish" and "A Few Cubic Meters of Love" ("Chand Metr Moka'ab Eshgh"). In 2007, a BBC documentary called "Rageh Inside Iran"[4] described him as a "Big Star of Iran" who had sold twenty million copies of his album at the beginning of his career. Although basically a pop singer, Benyamin often includes elements of hip hop (Biya Ashegham kon) and rap (Kojaye Donyai) into his music and some of the songs in his latest album "94" have English lyrics. Benyamin is also known as "Aghae Eshgh" or "Mr. Love" among his fans because his songs are mostly centered on romantic themes.

Early life[edit]

Benyamin (real name Vahid Bahadori) was born into a very religious and traditional (as described by him) Muslim family of Jewish descent[5] and grew up in a small neighborhood in the south of Tehran. He became interested in music ever since he was child.


Benyamin's concert in Kish Island, 25 March 2016

Benyamin's first album was an instant hit, It turned him into a star in a short time. His most famous songs from first album "85" include "Khatereha" (Memories) also known as "Donya Dige Mesle To Nadare", "Loknat" (Stutter), "Adam Ahani" (Robot) also known as "Halam Badeh" and "Man Emshab Mimiram" (I Will Die Tonight). In September 2006, Benyamin Bahadori traveled to Sweden to have concerts in Stockholm, which marked the start of his international concerts but he did not perform concerts in Iran until four years later. His second album "88" was released in April 2009 and sold 500,000 units within a week of its release. It contains a total of 17 songs (most in any of his four albums) and includes popular songs like "Shenasnameh", " Kojaye Donyai" (Where in the world), " Ahay to"(Hey you), "Sedaye Ghalbe to"(Sound of your heart) and "Leili dar Paeiz"(layla in the Autumn). The third and the most anticipated album "93" was released in March 2014 after a long gap of five years with songs like "Ghahve"(Coffee), "Madar"(Orbit), "Hafte Eshgh"(Week of Love) and "Faghat shabihe khodeti" (You're just like yourself). His last album "94" was released in July 2015, just over a year after the release of his third album. This is the shortest time period between two albums and it was a pleasant surprise for his fans because the last album took too long to come out. This album has songs like "Eshkal", "Havasam Be Toe", "Track 4" and " Barana" which he sang for his daughter Barana Bahadori. Benyamin has experimented with the addition of English lyrics in his latest album and it has got mixed reviews from fans.

His albums are named after the year in which they were released according to the Persian calendar.

Benyamin Bahadori is also noted for his religious-themed compositions like "Agham Agham", "Karbala", "Ye Pahlevon", "Lalaii".


Benyamin during a concert in Milad Tower in 2014

He made his official concert debut inside Iran in March 2010 during the "Fajr International Music Festival" held at Milad Tower in Tehran and has been performing there every year since. Apart from that, he has performed in many of the cities across Iran and many countries around the world like England, Germany, Austria, Norway, Australia, Malaysia, Tajikistan, America, Canada, U.A.E.

Benyamin Music Group[edit]

Benyamin has this particular group of musicians that travel with him in and outside of the country to perform in concerts. These are: Ali Mansouri (The leader of Orchestra, keyboard and occasional background vocals) Alireza Miragha (Trumpet and Percussion) Arash Saeedi (Bass) Allen Barsekhian (Electric Guitar) Steve Avanessian (Drums, English vocals in "94") Mohammad Mojerloo (Background vocals, Music arrangements for "94") and Late Nima Varasteh (Violinist) who did music arrangements for the first three albums of Benyamin.

Personal life[edit]

Benyamin Bahadori married Nasim Heshmati in 2010, they have one daughter named Barana Bahadori. Benyamin did not announce the news of his marriage and most people were unaware of his wife and kid until the death of his wife in an accident in Tehran on 20 December 2013. Nasim was driving home, along with Benyamin and (at the time) two year old Barana when they were hit by a speeding car, Benyamin and Barana were unhurt but Nasim died hours later in the hospital due severe injuries. Benyamin released a song called "Ye khoone" (A house) which he sang in memory of his late wife and according to a post he made on Facebook, took eleven years to complete. The song was released on her birthday, a month after she passed away. In 2016, Benyamin Bahadori married Shaily Mahmoudi, an Indian resident of Canada. Together, they acted in an Iranian-Indian drama film where Benyamin falls in love with an Indian girl, played by Shaily.


Songs for Movies[edit]

Single Tracks[edit]

  • Mano Bebakhsh (2007 Cover of Naser Abdolahi song)
  • Booye Eydi (19 March 2010 Cover of Farhad Mehrad song with altered lyrics)
  • Khate Sevom (18 March 2011)
  • Ta Hala Ashegh Shodi (July 2012)
  • Ashoob (10 July 2012)
  • Gerye Dar Mah (21 July 2012)
  • Moje Moharam feat. Sohrab Pakzad (18 November 2012)
  • Ghalbe Moharam (21 November 2012)
  • Hafteh Eshgh (11 February 2013)
  • Ye Khoone (26 January 2014)
  • Eshgh Ehsaseh (22 April 2013)
  • Aslan Sedash Kardi (23 July 2014)
  • Mahdoodiat (9 September 2014)
  • Eshgh feat. Arvin Saheb (6 October 2014)
  • parizad (2 January 2017)
  • Kabir (June 8 2017)


Released 5 March 2006[edit]

2."Ashegh Shodam"200603:13
4."Inam Bemoone"200603:44
5."Yadam Miad"200603:45
6."Bi Etena"200603:48
7."Man Emshab Mimiram"200604:31
8."Taraneh Vajeh"200603:34
9."Adam Ahani"200604:39
Total length:33:18

Released 28 April 2009[edit]

1."Shenasnameh (Intro)"200901:17
2."Kojaye Donya"200903:12
3."Mano Tanha"200902:59
4."Asheghi Ba To"200903:11
5."Ahay To"200903:10
6."Eshghe Adam Kosh"200903:12
7."Bia Ashegham Kon"200902:41
8."Ey Vay Delam"200902:50
9."Sedaye Ghalbeh To"200902:57
11."Man-e Lanati (Ft Payam Shams)"200900:53
12."Reifigha Migan"200902:59
14."Leili Dar Paieez"200902:46
15."Hafteh Be Hafteh"200900:24
17."Tamoom Shod (Payan)"200901:09
Total length:41:33

Released 5 March 2014[edit]

2."Jadogare Gisoo"201402:30
4."Dobareh Cheshmat"201403:00
5."Hafteh Eshgh"201304:05
6."Dast Negah Dar"201405:06
7."Eshghe Daaghe Man"201403:57
8."Ye Khoone"201403:49
9."Faghat Shabihe Khodeti"201403:13
10."Gole Yas 2"201404:30
12."Eshgh Dar Roze Ghiyamat"201404:02
Total length:45:40

Released 14 July 2015

3."Havasam Be Toe"201503:46
4."Dorehaye Asheghi"201504:05
6."Meh Alood"201504:49
7."Track 4"201503:40
8."Ashegh Mesle Mah"201503:35
9."Be Man Etemad Kon"201504:21
Total length:34:34


  1. ^ "قطعه جدید گروه "بچه‌های ایران" با ترانه‌ای از "بنیامین بهادری" منتشر خواهد شد". Retrieved 22 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Shahram Nazeri to give concerts in honour of Persian Gulf". Tehran Times. 6 April 2010. Retrieved 22 July 2010.
  3. ^ "استایل". Retrieved 22 August 2015.
  4. ^ "Rageh Inside Iran - BBC Four". BBC. Retrieved 21 August 2015.
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