BIOGRAPHYReggae Artist Skull who hails from S. Korea is fresh off a two year stint in the Korean Army which drafted him in interrupting his meteoric rise up the Billboard Singles chart where his debut single in the US hit #3. Two years later, Skull has had much time to meditate upon and think about his purpose in life. Skull has declared his commitment to Environmental and Social Justice and is determined to leave his footprint here on Mother Earth by using Pop Culture and Music as a means towards that end. Skull who wrote and recorded,"Don't Walk Away" with Spragga Benz (A tribute to all those who lost their homes, families, and lives in the Tsunami) upon his release is moving full steam ahead with a courageous, emotionally charged attack upon the scourge of chemtrails in his Anthem, "Cry Die" featuring Mixmaster Mike. Growing up in Korea, Skull was an anomaly as Reggae music was virtually unknown at that time. A chance or some might say preordained encounter with a Bob Marley classic song, "No Woman No Cry" set Skull on a path from which he has not detoured since. His career in the US was launched by Morgan Carey, and is currently recording his new CD with Digital Riddims Inc. which will pull no punches calling truth to power and heating up the airwaves with righteous fire. Skull's devotion to social and Environmental justice is evidence daily here in The States as he is seen frequently at Occupy, Anti Geoengineering, and anti GMO events where he often performs to show his solidarity with these movements. Skull's single,"Cry Die" is featured in the documentary, Why In The World Are They Spraying" and he is interviewed in the upcoming documentary SHADE as well.