Dutch pop singer Benny Neyman peaked in popularity through the early to middle-’80s, and his biggest hit definitely was the chart-topping one “Waarom Fluister Ik Je Naam Nog” in 1985. Blessed Wilhelmus Albertus Neyman on June 9, 1951, in Maastricht, Netherlands, he produced his debut in 1974 but didn’t rating his first strike until 1980 with the very best Ten one “Ik Weet Niet Hoe.” That same calendar year he released the record De Beste truck Benny Neyman as well as the follow-up one “Je Hoeft Me Niet Te Zeggen Hoe Ik Leven Moet.” Following albums consist of Vlinders truck de Nacht (1981), Leven truck Liefde (1982), and Het Zwarte Goud (1984). Neyman’s biggest strike emerged in 1985 using the chart-topping one “Waarom Fluister Ik Je Naam Nog.” As the singer’s reputation waned in the last mentioned half from the 1980s, he continued to be active through the entire remainder from the 10 years and another as well, credit scoring a steady group of minimal hits on the way. Throughout the turn from the hundred years Neyman went out of strikes altogether, however he continued release a latter-day albums including American Duets (2001), Bitter En Zoet (2003), Trök Nao Blouwdörrep (2004), and Onverwacht (2006). Neyman offered his final efficiency in 2007 and consequently announced to the general public that he was experiencing cancer. He passed away on Feb 7, 2008, at age 56. The five-disc package arranged Adieu: Oeuvre Overzicht 1974-2007 (2008) premiered in the aftermath of his moving.