Yung Skrrt sits with a disjointed yet decorated past in the world of music. In his earlier years he worked his way drumming through metal bands before landing in the tech-grind outfit An Isle Ate Her, paving the way for absolute chaos in the southeast metal scene.
Upon disbanding in 2011, he started learning how to produce his own music, and a year later linked up with Autobhan to form Hydrabadd, engaging in a storied run of globally-spanning releases, energetic DJ sets around the country, participation in Red Bull Music Academy's first Basscamp at Bonnaroo, and experience to last a lifetime among some of the greatest minds to ever create. Skrrt also began making more solo music as Catt Moop, propelling his sound through gigantic bass-heavy bangers and club-music influenced remixes. As an overarching goal, they both wanted to work with rappers and singers in Atlanta, but weren't seeing as much placement success as they'd hoped for. Skrrt's answer: get a microphone and figure it out himself. Over the course of 2015, he released the most impactful music for the Catt Moop project - which saw DJ and radio play across the world, created a joint HYDRABADD vocal album, and the debut mixtape for a new project. With years of collaborations, mixtapes, EPs, and singles now under his belt - Yung Skrrt stands poised to continue the pursuit, looking for a joint to latch onto for the future.