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Ken Bruton was born in June of 1970 in Cleveland, OH. He has been creating music ever since he was 13. He was in the group New Elementz with his twin brother, Kevin, at age 19. They created music of differing styles (mostly rock, r&b, and jazz) and art for 5 years, and the group disbanded. Ken has since worked solo, only working again with his brother Kevin in 2006 on the album Elementz Theory. He is influenced by Yoko Kanno, Phil Collins, Genesis, Michiru Yamane, Akira Yamaoka, Jack Wall, Harry Gregson-Williams, John Williams, Metallica, Frank Klepacki . J-pop and other styles of music are used in his tunes, as he likes classical, rock, r&b, jazz, alternative, and pop.

He is known as “kenb6870” in the music world. He publishes works on the Beaterator website, created by Rockstar Games, on their Rockstar Social Club.
He collaborated with Hiram Torres (known as Laidback 78) on the tune “Contemplative”. He has also worked with Tommy Gun on the songs “Without U” and “Drop”. All of the tracks from “Endless Storm” and “Elementz III” were created on Rockstar Games’ BEATERATOR for Sony’s Playstation Portable.

He is a prolific singer/songwriter. He also writes poetry, posts songs, is an anime otaku and avid videogame player. He creates music for movies, TV, and games.

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  • zuzzyb

    I downloaded "you're Everything I need" Nice stuff Ken, good to hear your work again. I did leave a message on Beaterator social club for you, letting you know that I've put some guitar work onto my artist page here. I don't know if you've listened to it yet.

    13 May 2010 Reply
  • zuzzyb

    Hi Ken

    27 Apr 2010 Reply