DJ Ktone is more than a deejay but not yet a legend. The Denver native with the easy demeanor and killer ear for good music has been deejaying since his early adolescence. Using his prowess and discipline, Ktone has grown into one of the most successful deejays out of Denver with national and international appeal.
Not only does Ktone make breaking records of independent artists to listening crowds a priority, he uses his skill to work with the best of the upcoming best. Big K.R.I.T, B.o.B and Maybach Music Group’s DJ Scream are a few of the artists Ktone has worked with.
A composer and music director, throughout the last year the deejay has reached numerous milestones. An innovator and progressive tastemaker, Ktone has been a member of the esteemed conglomerate The Core DJ’s for the past four years. With a unique brand and style, Ktone has opened doors for countless artists and has helped break records all over the west coast. Pries, O.R.G Records artist BLK HRTS, Iamsu! Ty Dolla Sign, Cabby, Ray Reed among them.
Arguably one of the hardest working men in the game, Ktone is a two-time winner of Westword Newspaper’s Hip-hop DJ of the Year award. He maintains local thriving gigs all while cultivating a larger than life presence in The Bay Area, Dallas, and a plethora of other cities.
DJ Ktone uses his talents for good, no matter what city he is in. An ambassador of the community, Ktone is an active leader. In 2012 he collaborated with The Urban Spectrum Youth event at a local Denver metro high school (Montbello High School). Ktone has worked with The Asfaw Foundation’s Arches of Hope Annual Bike Giveaway for several years . Ktone believes there is always a reason and opportunity to give back to the community. His inclusion in the Mountain Region Black Economic Summit falls in line with his vision for a stronger future for those in his community.
So much in conjunction with the music, DJ Ktone throws himself into his work at epic levels. DJ Ktone also produced a special mixtape in celebration of Women in Leadership Luncheon sponsored by the Mountain Region Black Economic Summit (MRBES) for the first event held in 2004 as well as 2013.