Reuben Kee was a Singaporean dragon-boat paddler, composer and part-time model. He was also known for contributions within the M.U.G.E.N community, serving as one of its most recognizable names. As for his music, a large amount was based upon remixes of video game music, earning him some notability with OverClocked ReMix. He was fluent in Chinese and English.
As part of the M.U.G.E.N community, Reu was the creator of the "Evil Duo" - Evil Ryu and Evil Ken, characters that lured many people into exploring the capabilities and uses of M.U.G.E.N as far as edited and original content goes, and at the same time inspired many others to make several renditions (as well as copies) of the 'Evil' concept.
Most notably, Reu also conceived the original concept of the M.U.G.E.N character Dragon Claw, which was modeled in 3D and then rendered in 2D, with a flair for highly cinematic combos. His advanced graphics, as well as the fact that it is entirely original (as all the work was made from scratch by Reuben), place it in a small category of M.U.G.E.N works, as the majority are from edited commercial games. Dragon Claw, being completely copyrighted by Reuben Kee, is also one of the first merchandised characters, having shirts and even a coffee mug manufactured for the purpose of selling them.
Reu was also active in the video game music arrangement community, contributing on OC ReMix and VGMix as well as distributing music through his personal website. Many of his pieces featured his talents on the piano.
Reuben Kee died on November 23, 2007 as the result of a boating accident that claimed the lives of several contestants, including four of his teammates, in the 2007 Cambodia Tonle Sap competition.