Roger That Records is the first ever veteran owned and operated, non-genre discriminate record label created by Daryn Skeath A.K.A. Crumbzilla. Daryn is an ARMY veteran and established Hip Hop artist from Pittsburgh, PA. Crumbzilla is known for being the front man of Bilderburgh, a Hip Hop collective that he assembled in 2013 after returning home from the U.S. Army.
Crumbzilla and Bilderburgh have been booked for 15+ shows with major headlining artists such as: Tech N9ne, Rittz, Twiztid, Hopsin, Jarren Benton, Snow Tha Product, RA The Rugged Man, Brother Ali & more.
Crumbzilla’s debut album SPC SKEATH features guest artist appearances by: Rittz, Killah Priest (of Wu-Tang Clan), SID (of Slipknot), KXNG Crooked, Komplex, and Blender. With production by C-Lance, Rob Harkness, Anno Domini, and Grammy Award winning producer Jared Lee Gosselin.
Roger That Records stands as a platform to assist other musically talented veterans, (and non-veterans), with creating and exploiting their musical works within the professional music business. Daryn graduated from the Musicians Institute, Hollywood in 2018 with the Degree of Associate of Science in Music Business, the Certificate in Audio Engineering, and the Certificate in Independent Artist.
Crumbzilla has worked as audio engineer for Killah Priest (of Wu-Tang Clan), SID (of Slipknot), Compton Menace, and more. Zilla has also received A&R credit on two Billboard charting albums including:
Ghostface Killah – The Lost Tapes
Forever M.C. – Featuring Snoop Dogg, DMX, Tech N9ne, The Game, Lupe Fiasco, and many more.
Roger That Records has established a solid foundation and a widespread fan base due to the release of Crumbzilla’s debut album SPC SKEATH, which was released on February 22, 2019 under RBC Records/BMG.
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 for your valued support. We greatly appreciate it.
Crumbzilla has already hired two veterans for the Roger That Records business team. Showing that this veteran owned and operated record label is currently engaging in music production and career development of veteran musicians whose key mission is to help other veterans heal their PTSD & other war side effects through music. A portion of RTR’s music, ticket and merchandise sales will be donated to certain veteran charities whose like purpose is to use music & the arts to help veterans and civilians cope with service-related and other life trauma by fostering self-expression in a way that allows them to transform their stories and struggle that can inspire and motivate through healing.