Dog Boy

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Dog Boy
Birth name Robert Rogers
Origin Hermosa Beach, California, United States
Genres Reggae
Reggae Rock
Punk rock
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Labels Suburban Noize Records
Associated acts Too Rude
Kottonmouth Kings
The Mighty Rhythm Trak
War Called Peace
Website Official Dog Boy Site

Dog Boy (born Robert Rogers) is a singer and songwriter, currently signed with Suburban Noize Records as a solo artist. Along with his solo project he also supplied vocals for the reggae/punk rock band, Too Rude, who are also signed with Subnoize.


Along with bass guitarist Lazy Dread, Dog Boy created Too Rude.[1] As time went by Dog Boy became more known for working on the Kottonmouth Kings' first three albums as a featured artist writing such hits as "On the Run" and "Dog's Life" which was featured on the soundtrack for 1999 film, Lost & Found. Whilst in this process Dogboy recorded the debut Too Rude which was released with Suburban Noize Records on 4 April 2000.[2]

After the first album, the second Re-Invention was not released until 26 October 2004.[3]

With Rogers' success, he originally planned to work as a solo artist. Rebel Riddim was released on 3 April 2007. It reached #11 on Billboard's Top Reggae Albums chart.[4]


Too Rude[edit]

# Title Date Label
1 Too Rude 4 April 2000 Suburban Noize Records
2 Re-Invention 26 October 2004 Suburban Noize Records

Dog Boy[edit]

# Title Date Label
1 Rebel Riddim 3 April 2007 Suburban Noize Records


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