From a very young age, he began to teach guitar and piano at school until in 1983, he entered the music school "L’Aula" where he studied piano. Later, he studied music theory and harmony in “Ars nova”, examining himself at the “Liceo”, although it was with drums that he began to move as a musician in a heavy-metal band.
In 1981 runs and he continued with that instrument until 1984 (without stopping studying piano and guitar). Also interested in sound, he decided to sign up for various image and sound courses and set up his first home-studio where he recorded his first demos as well as various amateur bands. This is how “Bias recording studios” enters the studios working for bands like “Los diablos”.
In 1988, he moved to the "Mediterraneo" studios (Luis Miguel, Judas Priest, etc.) in Ibiza to collaborate in the recording of the 3rd album ("I feel strange") by his friend Tino Fernández (former group Parchís). All the songs are composed by Benjamín.
When in 1989 he was about to go to the United States to study sound engineering, he got the opportunity to work as a sound technician at Catalunya ràdio and stayed in Barcelona.
Currently, he continues as a musical editor in that company, in addition to having composed more than 400 songs. Songs that have been sung by artists of the stature of: Manu Tenorio, Nuria Fergó, David Bisbal, Los Amaya, Mónica Green, Chiquetete, etc.
He has recorded with such important musicians as: David Palau (guitarist for Sergio Dalma, Alejandro Sanz, Joaquín Sabina or Joan Manuel Serrat), Toni Mateos (drums by Juanes or Miguel Bosé), Kyke Serrano (keyboard player for Bustamante, Jarabe de palo), David Simó (drums by David Bisbal), Josep Más “Kitflus” (keyboardist and arranger for Lolita, Joan Manuel Serrat, Orquesta Mondragón).
People such as: Margarita Puig (“La Vanguardia”), Luís Troquel (“El Periódico”), Sergi Pàmies (“La Vanguardia”) or Darío Vico (“Rolling Stone”) have written about him.
His songs have been sung in countries as different as Israel, Hong Kong or Finland, he has lent his image (as a musician and actor in various TV programs) and put music and voices to various television and film commercials (such as the advertisement for “Tinto de verano Don Simón”or the film by Maria Isabel (“Ángeles S.A.”).
He has been a film critic in the Valentí Sanjuan program “Vist i no vist” on Catalunya ràdio and a collaborator in many other programs of the house and Vilassar ràdio.
In 2004, he was awarded the gold record for the sale of more than 50,000 copies of the song "Under your waist" sung by the duo Agüita Salà.
In 2008, he composed the tunes for the celebration of the 25 years of ràdio Sant Cugat. Also in 2008, he wrote his first book "Monsters of rock" (an encyclopedia of heavy metal) edited by T&B Editores.
In 2009, he won the contest that R.C.D. Spanish organized to choose the opening hymn for its new Cornellá stadium.
In 2010, he composed the main tune of the TVE1 program, "Extreme climates", presented by Mario Picazo.
In 2016, she presented her first sardana "From Cabrils to Borgonyà", getting to be nominated for sardana of the year. Also that same year, he composed the song of the Ecuadorian reggaeton singer MANGEL and became his manager, reaching more than 125,000 views.
In 2017, he published his second book ("Kilometers a la Bolognese") edited by Dédalo. Currently, he has just released his seventeenth chill-out album with his experimental project, “La Estación del Mar” and is preparing his first job as a composer / producer in Catalan.