Benny Benassi is an Italian DJ, record producer and remixer. He is best known for his 2002 summer club hit "Satisfaction". In 2003 he released first album Hypnotica and in the end of 2004 won the European Border Breakers Award - most sales for an Italian album outside Italy. A year after the release of Hypnotica, the album Pumphonia marked their first full-length release, and in 2005, Benassi Bros. (a group with cousin Alle) released their second album …Phobia. In 2005, Benassi founded the record label Pump-Kin Music. The focus of the label is primarily new and unsigned producers. The stated aim of the venture is to give exposure to some of the lesser known DJ/production talent across the world. On 16 June 2008 was released his album Rock 'n' Rave. In 2009, he worked with Madonna on a remix for her single "Celebration" which was included on the official music video for the song. Benassi produced the track "Beautiful People", off Chris Brown's 2011 album F.A.M.E. and off Benassi's album Electroman, released June 7 the same year. In 2012, Benassi worked a second time with Chris Brown. He contributed to "Don't Wake Me Up" which was released as the fourth single of Brown's fifth studio album Fortune. Benny Benassi also worked with Madonna, producing three tracks for her latest album MDNA: Second single "Girl Gone Wild", "I'm Addicted" and "Best Friend". 15 July 2016 Benny released his fourth album Danceaholic. First track Paradise from it was made again in collab with Chris Brown.