In 2007 Benga, along with fellow producers Skream and Artwork, formed the dubstep supergroup Magnetic Man.
Benga released the cross-over anthem "Night" with DMZ's Coki in early 2008, followed by his second album, Diary of an Afro Warrior, both on Tempa. Resident Advisor described it as "one of the most anticipated LPs in dubstep yet."
From January 2011, Benga joined BBC Radio 1 with Skream as part of 'In New DJ's We Trust' and now they present a weekly show on Friday nights. Skream and Benga performed together at Field Day music festival in Sydney, Australia on New Years Day 2012.
Benga was caught up in an online storm in July of 2012 after reportedly saying he wished to remove himself from dubstep, insisting that he didn't want to be a part of the genre anymore. He went on to clarify his comments saying "For me to remain creative, I’ve kinda not got to call my music dubstep and for me to keep pushing boundaries and moving around, making songs... I can’t call myself dubstep."