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This is a collection of Bentley Jones' biographies that have been featured on www.bentleyjones.com throughout the years.

BiographiesEdit

2009Edit

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As a producer, he’s sold over 7 million units that feature his music…

His debut Japanese single reached #5 on the Recohoku international charts…

His remixes have earned him 2 UK Club Chart #1s as well as various top 10 entries around the world…

His productions have reworked such iconic artists as Beyoncé, Madonna and Britney Spears to name a few…

His debut Japanese album impressed and gained personal support from J-Pop supernova Ayumi Hamasaki (+50 million albums sold) and producer Jeff Miyahara (Timbaland, JUJU, Spontania, Boyz II Men, Yuna Ito).

His songs have been featured on compilations and in video-games released around the globe…

Need to know more? Then allow me to introduce you…

Bentley Jones is pretty unique. At just 24 years old the artist / producer / composer / remixer has achieved more than most will in their entire careers. Constantly striving to stand out from the crowd, he is the first ever British artist to have a major-label Japanese album after signing a deal with EMI Japan. He’s just released “TRANS//LATION” – the most ambitious covers project to grace Japan – and before it was even released it caused quite a stir within the industry. Ayumi Hamasaki contacted Bentley’s label personally to express her support and approval of his English reworking her song “Depend on you”. Jeff Miyahara (writer and producer of the original "SUNAO NI NARETARA" performed by JUJU and Spontania) loved what Bentley had done to his song so much that he offered to work with Bentley on his follow-up album.

Jones’ version, titled “FINAL NIGHT”, was released digitally as the first single from “TRANS//LATION” and his first ever artist release in Japan. It debuted on the Recohoku international chart at #7 before quickly rising to #5 establishing Bentley’s popularity in Japan.

Wanna know what’s next for this rising star?

Jones is currently working on the follow-up to “TRANS//LATION”, which will be his first original artist album. In anticipation of its Japanese release he’s also teaming-up with some of the countries biggest stars including a collaboration with Jeff Miyahara.

Jones continues to work with both Eastern and Western artists; producing, remixing and composing for various projects, with each hit track – no matter what artist, what language, what style or what nation – taking himself a step closer to conquering the world.

UK発、ハウス系リミックス集団「REMIXFACTORY」を運営する新進気鋭の音楽プロデューサー。UKクラブ・チャート1位の記録を持ち、ブリトニー・スピアーズ、ビヨンセやマドンナなどのリミックスも手掛けた23歳の若手クリエイターである。ゲーム「ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ」の音楽プロデュースを手掛けた際、スタッフを通じて「邦楽」に出会う。そのメロディの繊細さに感動し、J-POPダンス・カヴァーのレコーディングを決行。アレンジ、演奏、レコーディング、ミックスそしてヴォーカルまで、全てを自ら手掛ける。邦楽ヒット曲に最先端のグルーヴが逆輸入的に融合し、ココに生まれ変わる!


2010Edit

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“As a producer, he’s sold over 7 million units that feature his music…

His debut Japanese single reached #5 on the Recohoku international charts…

His remixes have earned him 2 UK Club Chart #1s as well as various top 10 entries around the world…

His productions have reworked such iconic artists as Beyoncé, Madonna and Britney Spears to name a few…

His debut Japanese album wowed the industry and even gained personal support from J-Pop supernova Ayumi Hamasaki (+50 million albums sold).

His songs have been featured on compilations and in video-games released around the globe…

Now he’s planning not only his second Japanese album, but his English debut as well.

Need to know more? Then allow me to introduce you…

Bentley Jones is pretty unique. At just 24 years old the artist / producer / composer / remixer has achieved more than most will in their entire careers. Constantly striving to stand out from the crowd, he is the first ever British artist to have a major-label Japanese album after signing a deal with EMI Japan. Prior to the release of his debut – “TRANS//LATION” – Ayumi Hamasaki contacted Bentley’s label personally to express her support and approval of his English reworking her song “Depend on you”. “TRANS//LATION’s” first single, “FINAL NIGHT”, debuted on the Recohoku international chart at #7 before quickly rising to #5 establishing Bentley’s popularity in Japan.

Wanna know what’s next for this rising star?

2010 will see the release of Bentley’s debut EP “So Much More…” which features “Swing Baby!” from Gaia Online’s PROMAGEDDON as well as the theme from this year’s most anticipated racing game “Sonic & SEGA All-stars Racing”. He’s also working on the follow-up to “TRANS//LATION”, teaming-up with some of Japan’s biggest writers including collaborations with Jeff Miyahara (Timbaland, Yuna Ito, Boyz II Men, JUJU, Universal Music) Army Slick (BoA, ZEEBRA) and Yu Shimoji (NEWS). If that wasn’t enough, later in the year he’s planning to release his debut English album in response to demand from fans.

Jones continues to work with both Eastern and Western artists; producing, remixing and composing for various projects, with each hit track – no matter what artist, what language, what style or what nation – taking himself a step closer to conquering the world.


2011 - 2013Edit

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Despite already having a career that many veterans would be jealous of, British singer-songwriter, producer, composer and remixer Bentley Jones seems to escalate to exciting and dizzying levels of achievement from year to year, and 2011 is certainly no exception. With his original debut, sophomore cover album, US and Asia collaborations, first ever tour and various international live dates already scheduled, it’s impossible to deny that within a floundering industry Bentley has found a way to go from strength to irrefutable strength.

A home-grown, self taught musician whose musical credits speak for themselves, those of you unfamiliar with the young, fiery red-head may have already heard his productions for artists such as Lady Gaga, Cheryl Cole, Whitney Houston, Bruno Mars, N-Dubz and Britney Spears to name a few, and in such iconic franchises such as The X-Files and Sonic the Hedgehog.

In fact, over 8 million units have already shifted worldwide that feature his music and, as an artist, with well over 5 million combined hits on YouTube his popularity as an international performer is undeniable.

His first ever release, “Dreams of an Absolution”, achieved over a million hits on YouTube shortly after its feature in the video-game “Sonic the Hedgehog” and was regarded by some critics as “not only the best song… but one of the best aspects of the entire game, period.” This proven popularity has led Bentley to become a regular feature in the “Sonic” franchise, continuing to contribute scores and songs to the series.

Since Bentley’s artist debut, his albums, EPs and singles have earned him fans and success from around the globe. In 2009 his debut Japanese album “TRANS//LATION” shocked natives by not only being the first ever British artist to release on a Japanese major label (EMI), but also being majority recorded in their own language. It spawned the #5 hit single “Sunao ni naretara ~FINAL NIGHT~” which subsequently was featured on many compilations, re-released as a remix single and even covered by Japanese artist Quinka, with a Yawn.

Later that year Bentley was invited to contribute 3 songs to the online event PROMAGEDDON hosted by social network Gaia Online, suddenly exposing himself to a massive US fanbase. During the 5-day event Bentley’s songs were streamed a staggering 1.1 million times outshining other featured and more high-profile US and Japanese artists and securing his demand as a global musician.

His debut English EP featured the vocal theme “So Much More…” eventually licensed for promotion and inclusion in the 2010 #1 video-game “SEGA All-stars Racing” and, among others, the song “Alpha Dog” which was not only picked up for club promotion in his home country, but also in Europe and Los Angeles leading to the song’s individual release with exclusive remixes for the US market. “So Much More…” quickly became a fan-favourite within the series and the EP was equally successful, fast selling out the highly sought-after limited edition CD-version.

After breaking loose of the industry’s constraints and restrictions near the end of 2010, Bentley quietly released the protest-memoir mini-album “Finally Free” addressing it exclusively to his fans stating that he “made efforts to exclude any influence from labels, studios, companies, managers and agents in order to produce the purest expression of me, for me to give to you.” Despite receiving no promotion and being rush-released due to existing commitments, the album was streamed over 15,000 times within days of its release, immediately selling out the CD-version and was once again picked up for club promotion in the UK and Europe.

2011 has seen Bentley sign a brand new deal for all of Asia, but not before independently releasing “TRANS//LATION 2” – the sequel to his Japanese debut. This time he’s assaulted on all fronts performing songs in both English as well as Japanese, and spans a variety of songs including self-covers of his first single and artist debut. The week of TRANS//2’s release made Bentley the 19th most viewed artist on YouTube and the album was streamed over 30,000 times.

Now Bentley is preparing for his original debut in Asia – the most involved venture of his career to date. The project will not only mark a change in musical style, but also a promotional tour and Bentley’s first ever concerts in Asia. Helping him are not only some of the continent’s biggest artists, but US stars are now keen to jump aboard the Bentley bandwagon. Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Bruno Mars have all requested new remixes from Bentley this year. And if that wasn’t enough, son to the legendary Dr. DreCurtis Young – asked Bentley to produce for his brand new album and was so impressed with his demo lead vocals that they were left in the final song! Bentley’s track became the biggest selling track from Curtis’ album in both the US and the UK.

If you have ever found yourself impressed with Bentley’s past achievements, you certainly ain’t seen nothing yet…

2013Edit

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In Japan he’s been described as “[a young David Guetta… who sings too]” …ironic considering Bentley has already produced remixes for David Guetta’s biggest hits… the mighty Lady Gaga follows him on Twitter after he produced 2 remixes for her… and J-pop supernova Ayumi Hamasaki offered her personal approval of his Japanese debut which spawned a number 5 single.

It seems British singer/songwriter/producer/ composer/remixer Bentley Jones is becoming an industry staple not just in Japan where he is signed, but around the globe too. With over 10.4 million hits on sites like YouTube and over 10 million units sold that feature his music, Bentley has made his success look effortless.

And with additional remix production credits for Rihanna, Katy Perry, Will.i.am, Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Taio Cruz, Calvin Harris, Cheryl Cole, Bruno Mars, Flo-Rida, Whitney Houston and Carly Rae Jepsen to name a few, it’s clear that Bentley is a force to be reckoned with. After 10 years and countless club chart toppers, under his remix pseudonym PHUNKSTAR, London-based label DMC are releasing “PHUNKSTAR 10th Anniversary Best Remixes Collection” in 2013.

His debut single in Japan “Sunaoninaretara ~FINAL NIGHT~” – a writing collaboration with JUJU, Spontania and Jeff Miyahara (Namie Amuro, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, w-inds) – instantly sold over 30,000 downloads upon its release and launched him into the Recochoku International chart at #5. His debut album “TRANS//LATION” shocked the industry by being the first ever British artist to release a Japanese album on a major label. Since then “FINAL NIGHT” has been covered by several native Japanese artists, re-released as a remix single, was updated in 2011 for the sequel album “TRANS//LATION 2”, and is still regularly featured on compilations.

Prior to his commercial breakthrough in Japan, Bentley managed to attain worldwide success with his first ever song “Dreams of an Absolution” which in 2009 was featured in the latest instalment of the iconic “Sonic the Hedgehog” video-game series. After being described by critics as “not only the best song… but one of the best aspects of the entire game, period” Bentley has continued to feature songs and compose scores for other renowned franchises such as “The X-Files”, “Need for Speed”, “Tekken”, “Contra”, “Gradius” and “QQ Dance” under his production label the Remix Factory.

Prior to signing his Japanese recording contract Bentley independently released 3 projects, the first being his debut English EP “So Much More…”. The title track was selected to be the main theme of the #1 selling video-game “SEGA All-stars Racing”, while “Swing Baby!” was one of 3 tracks featured in a promotion for US social network Gaia Online that received a staggering 1.1million streams in just 5 days. The follow-up was the chillingly honest protest-memoir mini-album “Finally Free” addressed exclusively to his fans. The third release was “TRANS//LATION 2” – the sequel to his Japanese debut – which made Bentley the 19th most viewed musician on YouTube the week of its release. All 3 releases have gained over 2 million streams and downloads.

His last album for Japan – “UPGRADE 1.0” – was Bentley’s first full-length original release and saw him tackle collaborations from around the globe. The anthemic track “who.am.i.?” is a huge tri-collaboration with J-pop princess May J. and son of the legendary Dr. Dre, Curtis Young. The equally massive “Invincible” teams Bentley up with Japanese rapper SHUN, while “Boys and Girls” is an up-tempo duet with the soulful Tomomi Shibata.

“UPGRADE” is a seamless combination of soaring pop melodies mixed with symphonic elements – all sealed within Bentley’s trademark productions and arrangements that have brought him to this pinnacle point of his career.

Update - 2014Edit

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In Japan he’s been described as “[a young David Guetta… who sings too]” …ironic considering Bentley has already produced remixes for David Guetta’s biggest hits… the mighty Lady Gaga follows him on Twitter after he produced 2 remixes for her… and J-pop supernova Ayumi Hamasaki offered her personal approval of his Japanese debut which spawned a number 5 single before being signed to the same management company.

It seems British singer/songwriter/producer/ composer/remixer Bentley Jones is becoming an industry staple not just in Japan where he is signed, but around the globe too. With over 12 million hits on sites like YouTube and over 10 million units sold that feature his music, Bentley has made his success look effortless.

And with additional remix production credits for Rihanna, Katy Perry, Will.i.am, Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Taio Cruz, Calvin Harris, Cheryl Cole, Bruno Mars, Flo-Rida, Whitney Houston and Carly Rae Jepsen to name a few, it’s clear that Bentley is a force to be reckoned with. After 10 years and countless club chart toppers, under his remix pseudonym PHUNKSTAR, London-based label DMC released “PHUNKSTAR 10th Anniversary Best Remixes Monsterjam” in 2013.

His debut single in Japan “Sunaoninaretara ~FINAL NIGHT~” – a writing collaboration with JUJU, Spontania and Jeff Miyahara (Namie Amuro, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, w-inds) – instantly sold over 30,000 downloads upon its release and launched him into the Recochoku International chart at #5. Since then “FINAL NIGHT” has been covered by several native Japanese artists, re-released as a remix single, was updated in 2011 for the sequel album “TRANS//LATION 2” and is still regularly featured on compilations. With his debut album “TRANS//LATION” Bentley rocked the Japanese industry by being the first ever British artist to release a Japanese album on a major label.

Prior to his commercial breakthrough in Japan, Bentley managed to attain worldwide success with his first ever song “Dreams of an Absolution” (as Lee Brotherton) which in 2009 was featured in the latest instalment of the iconic “Sonic the Hedgehog” video-game series. After being described by critics as “not only the best song… but one of the best aspects of the entire game, period” Bentley has continued to feature songs and compose scores for other renowned franchises such as “The X-Files”, “Tekken”, “Contra”, “Gradius” and “QQ Dance” under his production label the Remix Factory.

After his Japan debut Bentley independently released 3 projects, the first being his debut English EP “So Much More…”. The title track was selected to be the main theme of the #1 selling video-game “SEGA All-stars Racing”, while “Swing Baby!” was one of 3 tracks featured in a promotion for US social network Gaia Online that received a staggering 1.1 million streams in just 5 days. The follow-up was the chillingly honest protest-memoir mini-album “Finally Free” addressed exclusively to his fans. The third release was “TRANS//LATION 2” – the sequel to his Japanese debut – which made Bentley the 19th most viewed musician on YouTube the week of its release. All 3 releases have gained over 2 million streams and downloads.

His last album for Japan – “UPGRADE 1.0” – was Bentley’s first full-length original release and saw him tackle collaborations from around the globe. The lead song “who.am.i.?” was a collaboration with J-pop princess May J. and son of the legendary Dr. Dre, Curtis Young, which led to Bentley writing and producing for May J.’s 2012 hit album “Brave” and featuring on Curtis’ single “MUZIK”. The equally massive “Invincible” teams Bentley up with Japanese rapper SHUN, while “Boys and Girls” is an up-tempo duet with the soulful Tomomi Shibata.

After being blown away with “UPGRADE” and his work on May J.’s album, the creative team at AVEX – Japan’s biggest music group – signed Bentley to their management label making him the first ever non-Japanese writer and first ever non-Japanese producer to be signed to the company. This move was considered a revolution for both Bentley and AVEX as he joined the creative team behind such Japanese icons as Every Little Thing, Koda Kumi, SEAMO, SuperJunior, Tohoshinki, AAA, Ayumi Hamasaki and more.

Bentley continues to independently release his own music while writing and producing for artists around the globe.


2014Edit

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In Japan he’s been described as “[a young David Guetta… who sings too]” …ironic considering Bentley has already produced remixes for David Guetta’s biggest hits… the mighty Lady Gaga follows him on Twitter after he produced 2 remixes for her… and J-pop supernova Ayumi Hamasaki offered her personal approval of his Japanese debut which spawned a top 5 single before being signed to the same management company.

It seems British artist Bentley Jones is becoming an industry staple around the globe. With over 12 million hits on sites like YouTube and over 10 million units sold that feature his music, Bentley has made his success look effortless and his talents are multi-faceted.

As a remixer he has produced for Rihanna, Katy Perry, Will.i.am, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Calvin Harris, Rita Ora, Flo-Rida, Whitney Houston and Carly Rae Jepsen to name a few. After 10 years and countless club chart toppers, under his remix pseudonym PHUNKSTAR, London-based label DMC released “PHUNKSTAR 10th Anniversary Best Remixes” in 2013.

As an artist he has gathered 2.4 million sales of his own work, cracked the Japan Recochoku Chart Top 5 with his debut single, had countless promotional tie-ins and performed to thousands in the States, Japan and his homeland the UK.

As a composer he has contributed scores and arrangements for some of the world’s best known franchises including “The X-Files”, “Tekken”, “Contra”, “Gradius” and “QQ Dance” under his production label the Remix Factory. Prior to his commercial breakthrough in Japan, Bentley managed to attain worldwide success with his first ever song “Dreams of an Absolution” (as Lee Brotherton) featured in the latest instalment of the iconic “Sonic the Hedgehog” video-game series in 2009. He continued to compose scores for the franchise for several years.

As a performer Bentley continues to push his body’s physical boundaries. As well as headlining his own concerts as a musical artist, in 2014 he joined the Birmingham Opera Company as a dancer for 3 months, training with award-winning choreographers and performing in their production of “Khovanskygate” which sold out and received critical acclaim in the national press. After dramatically changing his image this year for his forthcoming album he has also participated in modelling projects for editorial, fashion and fitness.

His debut single in Japan “Sunaoninaretara ~FINAL NIGHT~”– a writing collaboration with JUJU, Spontania and Jeff Miyahara (Namie Amuro, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, w-inds) – instantly sold over 30,000 downloads upon its release and launched him into the Recochoku International chart at #5. Since then “FINAL NIGHT” has been covered by several native Japanese artists, re-released as a remix single, was updated in 2011 for the sequel album “TRANS//LATION 2” and is still regularly featured on compilations. With his debut album “TRANS//LATION” Bentley rocked the Japanese industry by being the first ever British artist to release a Japanese album on a major label.

After his Japan debut Bentley independently released 3 projects, the first being his debut English EP “So Much More…”. The title track was selected to be the main theme of the #1 selling video-game “SEGA All-stars Racing”, while “Swing Baby!” was one of 3 tracks featured in a promotion for US social network Gaia Online that received a staggering 1.1 million streams in just 5 days. The follow-up was the chillingly honest protest-memoir mini-album “Finally Free” addressed exclusively to his fans. The third release was “TRANS//LATION 2” – the sequel to his Japanese debut – which made Bentley the 19th most viewed musician on YouTube the week of its release.

His last album for Japan – “UPGRADE 1.0” – was Bentley’s first full-length original release and saw him tackle collaborations from around the globe. The lead song “who.am.i.?” was a collaboration with J-pop princess May J. and son of the legendary Dr. Dre, Curtis Young, which led to Bentley writing and producing for May J.’s 2012 hit album “Brave” and featuring on Curtis’ single “MUZIK”. The equally massive “Invincible” teams Bentley up with Japanese rapper SHUN, while “Boys and Girls” is an up-tempo duet with the soulful Tomomi Shibata.

After being blown away with “UPGRADE” and his work on May J.’s album, the creative team at AVEX – Japan’s biggest music group – signed Bentley to their management label making him the first ever non-Japanese writer and first ever non-Japanese producer to be signed to the company. This move was considered a revolution for both Bentley and AVEX as he joined the creative team behind such Japanese icons as Every Little Thing, Koda Kumi, SEAMO, SuperJunior, Tohoshinki, AAA, Ayumi Hamasaki and more.

2014 has already seen Bentley undergo a massive transformation for his single “Evolve”, be a dancer in an opera for 3 months, produce remixes for Zedd ft. Hayley Williams, Rita Ora and the Saturdays, and prepare for his forthcoming album “Defying Gravity” released later this year.

2015Edit

2014/15 is set to be another big year for British artist Bentley Jones as he unleashes his latest and greatest musical effort “Defying Gravity” establishing to the world that he can do just that. With over 14 million hits on sites like YouTube, over 10 million units sold that feature his music, 2.4 million sales of his own work and after cracking the Japan Recochoku Chart Top 5 with his debut single, countless promotional tie-ins and performing to thousands in the States, Japan and his homeland the UK; it is becoming apparent that Bentley is musically capable of pretty much anything.

This year alone he has produced official remixes for Sia, Rita Ora, Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea, Katy Perry, Zedd ft. Hayley Williams and the Saturdays. After 10 years of countless club chart toppers, under his remix pseudonym PHUNKSTAR, London-based label DMC released “PHUNKSTAR 10th Anniversary Best Remixes” in 2013. As a composer he has contributed scores and arrangements for some of the world’s best known franchises including “The X-Files”, “Tekken”, “Contra”, “Sonic the Hedgehog”, “Gradius” and “QQ Dance” under his production label the Remix Factory.

Born to a Land Rover executive and one of the UK’s first female rally drivers who raced for Fiat; Bentley began breaking convention immediately by becoming a musician. Enjoying quiet suburban life in central England when he’s not working, it’s hard to ignore the fact he has fans such as Lady Gaga who follows him on Twitter after he produced 2 remixes for her, and Ayumi Hamasaki who offered her personal approval of his Japanese debut before being signed to the same management company.

His debut single in Japan – “Sunaoninaretara FINAL NIGHT” – was a writing collaboration with JUJU, Spontania and Jeff Miyahara (Namie Amuro, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams, w-inds) and instantly sold over 30,000 downloads upon its release in 2009 and launched him into the Recochoku International chart at #5. Shortly after Bentley rocked the Japanese industry with his debut album “TRANS//LATION” by being the first ever British artist to release a Japanese album on a major label. Since then “FINAL NIGHT” has been covered by several native Japanese artists, re-released as a remix single, updated in 2011 for the sequel album “TRANS//LATION 2” and is still regularly featured on compilations.

After his debut Bentley independently released 3 projects, the first being his debut English EP “So Much More…”. The title track was selected to be the main theme of the #1 selling video-game “SEGA All-stars Racing”, while “Swing Baby!” was one of 3 tracks featured in a promotion for US social network Gaia Online that received a staggering 1.1 million streams in just 5 days. The follow-up was the chillingly honest mini-album “Finally Free” and the third was “TRANS//LATION 2” – the sequel to his Japanese debut – which made Bentley the 19th most viewed musician on YouTube the week of its release.

His 2012 album for Japan – “UPGRADE 1.0” – was Bentley’s first full-length original release and saw him embrace collaborations with J-pop princess May J. and son of the legendary Dr. Dre, Curtis Young, which led to him writing and producing for May J.’s 2012 hit album “Brave” and featuring on Curtis’ single “MUZIK”. The album also included equally massive tracks with Japanese rapper SHUN and the soulful Tomomi Shibata. After being blown away with “UPGRADE” the creative team at AVEX – Japan’s biggest music group – signed Bentley to their management label making him the first ever non-Japanese writer and first ever non-Japanese producer to be signed to the company. 12 months later Bentley left to pursue projects with other writers and companies as well as prepare for his latest album…

“Defying Gravity” is Bentley’s first fully independent album in 3 years. Despite this it is already his biggest album to date, boasting 4 new videos filmed on location around Europe, first run pre-orders of the deluxe CD+DVD edition selling out within 12 hours, a title track with approval from famed “Wicked” composer Stephen Schwartz, the official version of “Devil’s Cry” from the video-game “Devil May Cry 4” as well as an authorised cover of the main theme from the anime “Neon Genesis Evangelion” and a collaboration with his own fans on the song and video “Axiomatis”. Bentley prepared for “Defying Gravity” by accepting a role as a dancer and joining the Birmingham Opera Company for 3 months performing to critical acclaim and sold out shows. This life-changing experience heavily inspired the album’s artwork and styling as well as dramatically changing Bentley’s image, attracting interest for his participation in modelling. Much like the first single “Evolve”, Bentley has progressed to a higher plane of creativity with this album and will no doubt continue to do so for many years to come.

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