Daniel Bennett, performing under the stage name Transit, is an independent Canadian hip hop artist working out of Calgary, Alberta. Daniel Bennett A.K.A. "Transit" is from Victoria, British Columbia. He currently resides in Calgary Alberta where he also works at the Boys & Girls Clubs Beltline Youth Centre educating youth about hip-hop music. In 2011 together with collaborator Dave Wallace he undertook an "8 hour challenge" to produce a Top 40 style song in under eight hours to illustrate how formulaic he believes pop music is, the results were posted on YouTube and the video went viral. His second album, titled "22", was released November 11, 2011. It reached #2 on the Canadian iTunes hip-hop chart on November 18, 2011. 22 featured the song "Calgary" which featured 19 time Juno Nominee Jann Arden on the chorus of the song. On August 21st 2012 he released a free EP titled "Public Domain", which featured Madchild from Swollen Members and Kyprios. Transit's newest album titled "Super Man Took Steroids" was released January 21, 2014 and debuted #4 on the Canadian iTunes hip-hop charts. Bennett studied at Ambrose University College and works out of Calgary, Alberta.
- Born: June 23, 1989 (age 29), Victoria
- Genre: Hip hop music
- Websites: http://www.myspace.com/transithiphop