Crumbzilla preps his debut solo album release “SPC SKEATH” via RBC Records/ Roger That Records
On February 22nd, 2019, Pittsburgh Hip Hop artist & Army veteran, Crumbzilla released his debut solo album “SPC SKEATH” via global mainstay RBC Records and his brand new imprint Roger That Records.
“SPC SKEATH”, Zilla’s debut solo LP boasts the hit singles “RISE” featuring Rittz & “I Don’t Need That” featuring Blender while the 13 track album includes guest artist appearances by: Rittz, Kxng Crooked, Sid (of Slipknot), Killah Priest (of Wu-Tang Clan), and more.
“SPC SKEATH” is certain to give listeners a liberating experience as he addresses the current political climate and its state of chaos from a soldiers first-hand experience/perspective. Listeners will also be able to relate to his lyrical, often humorous, but seriously clever songwriting interpretations of the common everyday madness that we each experience throughout life.
We can expect much of Crumbzillas’ content to refer to financial struggles, relationship drama, drug use, the falling-out of friendships, and the overall journey that we experience in an effort to accomplish our goals, face our fears, over-come obstacles and remain focused on the ultimate prize, regardless of our individuality.
Crumbzilla is best known for his work alongside the crews “Dope Means” and “Bilderburgh” whose previous works “Government Funded” and “Speak Easy” were released in 2013 & 2014 via RBC Records and are still currently available on all digital platforms.
“SPC SKEATH” was released on 2.22.2019 under RBC Records / Roger That Records. Physical CD’s and Bundle packs are available now via www.rogerthatrecords.com and listeners worldwide are able to support the album on all major digital carriers.
Thank you all for your valued support. We greatly appreciate it.
Daryn Skeath a.k.a. Crumbzilla