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San Diego-based rapper Gerry Skrillz Joins the Die Daily Team


Already building a solid roster of artists, producers, singers, pastors and DJs, the Die Daily Team added another top-notch talent to their stable collection, with the recent addition of San Diego-based rapper Gerry Skrillz.

The Die Daily Team, being comprised of artists like Kadence, Sean C. Johnson, Street Hymns, Dillon Chase, A.Ward and others, is a movement geared toward doing more than just creating music. They strive to “impact their communities and especially the youth of this generation with the power of The Gospel – dying daily to self and serving others.” Gerry Skrillz shares in the same vision, as he serves alongside the youth ministry pastoral staff/leadership at his local church, Calvary Chapel San Diego.

Following up from the success of his debut album No Apologies, Skrillz has the streets buzzing from his new single “Godspeed“, featuring Ki’Shon Furlow. The track features production by Soundnami & OnBeat Music, and is off of his new EP that is scheduled to drop before the end of the year.

According to a press release, “”Godspeed” aims to remind our generation that no amount of alcohol or drugs will ease our hurt and that the emptiness that we attempt to fill with money, material things, and our every desire will only leave us unsatisfied. If we place our hope in good deeds, wealth, power, and religion; we will quickly learn that they will surely fail us. Our only hope lies in the salvation of God’s grace through the sacrifice of His son Jesus.”

When speaking on “Godspeed” Gerry said, “I wrote this song with the intention of encouraging our generation to endure our present troubles in a fallen world and to be truly content in our salvation above any other temporary relief.”

Listen to “Godspeed” featuring Ki’Shon Furlow below:

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Robert is a full-time reporter for the Chula Vista Star-News covering local government and education beats and writing human interest stories. He also spends his free-time blogging for the Crowdfunding journalism website "Through the Cracks." He holds a bachleor's degree in Media Studies from San Diego State University.

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