Talent Manager

Q&A

Favourite Team: Tottenham Hotspur

Favourite place to eat: Ceconi’s do a dope Lobster Linguine. Their Oysters with

crème fraiche and parmesan lightly toasted is devine.

3 things you would take to a desert island: A bottle of spiced rum, a laptop loaded with music, someone to converse with.

Favorite book: The Alchemist. This book changed my life.

Favorite film: The original Star Wars trilogy, Rogue One and Black Panther.

Top 3 favorite songs: 2Pac – Me Against The World, Michael Jackson – Man In The Mirror, John Coltrane – In A Sentimental Mood

Favorite producer/composer: Diddy & Jon Williams.

Favorite artist: The King of Pop- Michael Jackson and 2pac

Favorite Mogul: Diddy – this dude has done it all. I’ve studied him since I was 15.

Something interesting about you that we don’t know: I’m a theatre trained actor from the age of 6-18 and have stared in numerous tv, film, theatre and radio productions. I’m also a fully qualified personal trainer and nutritionist.

Favorite Quote: “Success is failure turned inside out” “I’m not afraid of failing, I’m afraid of failing to try.”

What makes you Unstoppable?
To be unstoppable is an attitude, an energy. To know that whatever obstacles get in your way that you will overcome them and be successful regardless.

Ben Wynter Bio

Ben Wynter is a UK based talent manager and consultant. He has worked on projects including Destiny’s Child, Nas, Mariah Carey, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, Rhian Benson and more. He is the founder of Unstoppable Music Group.

Founder of Unstoppable Music Group, Ben Wynter worked his way up through the music industry ranks. Before the age of 22, Wynter worked with the Sony Records Street Team, interned for Chris Rock in New York, and worked as an A&R at Sanctuary Records.

In 2004 Wynter was commissioned to facilitate the Urban Music Seminar. Co-hosted by Damon Dash and Roc-a-fella Records, the seminar was the largest urban event of its kind in Europe drawing an eager crowd of over 15,000 young people in two days that craved a desire to lean more about the creative industries from top professionals.

Alongside DKG/Coast Music, Wynter worked the project management for soul singer Rhian Benson, paving the way for her to win numerous awards including a prestigious MOBO award in 2005. Wynter also oversaw the release of former Three Degrees singer Sheila Ferguson‘s debut solo album release A New Kind of Medicine during this period.

In 2007 Wynter launched Origins Media connecting corporate and government organizations with the ever popular youth market. The highlight of which being commissioned to organize the London Week of Peace flagship event at Trafalgar Square which saw more than 13,000 young people attend and take a stand for peace in London. The event was so successful, that Wynter was invited to Downing Street where then Prime Minister Gordon Brown personally thanked him for his contribution to the promotion of peace in London.

In 2009 Wynter returned to the music industry setting up Unstoppable Music Group. Wynter’s first Client Jaya was signed to Universal Records within 3 months of Unstoppable Music Group being set up and as such became the first British Indian female to be signed to a major label in the UK this Millennium. This was quickly followed up with management of the highly successful Manchester based trio Platnum who scored a number 2 hit in 2009 with their single “Whats It Gonna Be”.

In 2010 Wynter began to manage the career of songwriter Charlotte Kelly who immediately scored a UK Number 1, as she wrote the topline for the Roll Deep single Good Times which topped the charts in May 2010.

Most recently Wynter is responsible for masterminding the rise of exciting new songwriter Nia-V, as well as the highly sought after producers Dot Inc.

Ben’s Roster includes: Nia-V (Songwriter/Vocal Producer), Sean 1Da (Songwriter/Vocal Producer), Dot Inc (Producers/Engineers) and Mike Keyz (Producer/Pianist/Musical Director)

To Contact Ben email: Ben@unstoppablemusicgroup.com

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