In the early 90s, Eng, in partnership with Steve Salem, formed the management and record company, Motor Jam Records, whose records were distributed by East West/Elektra Warner Bros. Records. With this new enterprise, Eng would achieve his first international hit, when he discovered the Canadian pop/reggae phenomenon Snow. In 1993, with Eng as manager and executive producer, Snow soared to the top of the charts with the album, "12 Inches of Snow" whose single, "Informer" held the prestigious number 1 spot on Billboard's American pop charts for a staggering seven straight weeks. Snow would go on to sell over five millions records worldwide. In the 1999 Guinness Book of Records Snow was listed as having the most successful reggae single in the U.S. history. Eng and Motor Jam would return to the Billboard charts many times in the 90s with, among others, the renowned grunge rockers Dog Society and Collision, hip-hoppers Half Pit Half Dead, pop rockers Pilot Jones and the Miami-based house artist, Dominica, whose 1996 hit, "Gotta Let You Go" also became a million-seller in Europe. Eng followed this with a succession of international projects. He opened a second branch of Bayside Sound Recording Studios in Toronto, Canada (where he managed Juno Award-nominated dance artist Belinda and a team of hit producers), and also created a base in Kingston, Jamaica. In Jamaica, he co-managed such artists as Spanner Banner and Chaka Demus & Pliers, who recorded the international 1992 hit, "Murder She Wrote," produced by renowned reggae producers Sly & Robbie (Black Uhuru). In the mid-90s, Eng executive produced what would become Jamaica's unofficial anthem and biggest selling single ever, the all-star remix of Snow's “Anything For You” featuring Beanie Man, Buju Banton, Nadine Sutherland and produced by Tony Kelly (Shaggy, Sean Paul).