Die Daily artist Gerry Skrillz released an incredibly powerful visual for his song "My Story" from his recently released EP In Good Time. As Gerry looks through old photographs he reminisces on memories that are bitter sweet. The viewer is transported on a nostalgic journey that travels back to when Gerry and his parents first immigrated to the United States, the criminal activity that he was exposed to from a young age, & his adolescent years where he was submerged within the same criminal lifestyle that had been destroying his loved ones.
This visual voyage culminates with Gerry finding himself overwhelmed with emptiness despite indulging in a life style that our world glorifies. In his brokenness he surrenders his life to the only one that can fill the void he has been desperately trying to fill with wealth and self-gratification.
Skrillz shares, "Although my road to accepting salvation was difficult, I am grateful for every moment. I love my family and the struggle that we share. I want people to understand that if God can use me, he can use anybody, and that nobody is too far gone to be saved. Yea this is my story, but to God be the glory tho."
Gerry Skrillz, is born and raised in San Diego CA. He engages in the art of music with the purpose of using the talents God has blessed him with to speak the Gospel through the art of hip hop. Gerry officially joined the "Die Daily" collective in 2016.
While The Die Daily Team is well known for their undeniable gathering of talent, the movement looks to do much more than just create music. Die Daily strives to impact their communities and especially the youth of this generation with the power of The Gospel. At the heart of the movement is the need to live a life that exemplifies dying daily to self and serving others.
Gerry shares the vision of his teammates and serves alongside the youth ministry pastoral staff/ leadership at his local church, Calvary Chapel San Diego. Gerry and Die Daily look to further serve their communities and jointly influence our generation.