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Matsukuma Kenta


Other Names

Pito Townzen (否戸田雲仙, ピトタウンゼン), Optimus Matsukuma


September 26, 1979 (1979-09-26) (age 41)

Professional Information

beat mints boyz

Years Active


Associated Acts

BiS, BiSH, GANG PARADE, EMPiRE, Piiiiiiiiin, Pour Lui, LUI FRONTiC Matsukuma JAPAN, Buzz72+, this is not a business


J-Pop, rock


Matsukuma Kenta (松隈ケンタ) is a Japanese music producer, composer and lyricist. He is the founder of SCRAMBLES, a manager of WACK and a member of beat mints boyz, Buzz72+ and formerly This is not a business.


As "Pito Townzen"

Biography[edit | edit source]

Matsukuma Kenta debuted in 2002 as the guitarist for GRANDSLAM, later renamed to Buzz72+. His debut album was Taiyou ga Moetsukiru Made ni, and by 2005, he had signed with Avex. When Buzz72+ went on hiatus, Matsukuma started writing and composing music for other acts.

In 2011, Matsukuma Kenta founded the music production company SCRAMBLES. In 2013, SCRAMBLES expanded, adding a record company, Scramble/Records, and SCRAMBLES Co.LTD, where he became the representative director.

Matsukuma formed LUI◇FRONTiC◆Matsukuma JAPAN with BiS member Pour Lui in 2013. He left the band in 2015. Around the same time, he also acted as the guitarist for This is not a business under the name "Pito Townzen".

In late 2017, Matsukuma formed the unit Beat mints boyz with his frequent collaborator and WACK CEO Watanabe Junnosuke. The following year, he appeared at Amazon Fashion Week as a model for Watanabe's clothing brand, NEGLECT ADULT PATiENTS.

In late 2019, Matsukuma decided to reform Buzz72+ following a 13 year-long hiatus.

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

Matsukuma's first daughter was born on June 16th, 2017.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Beat mints boyz[edit | edit source]

LUI◇FRONTiC◆Matsukuma JAPAN[edit | edit source]

Buzz72+[edit | edit source]

this is not a business[edit | edit source]

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