Roma Zver (real name Roman Bilyk) is a guitarist, vocalist, producer, founder and permanent leader of the Zveri collective. He was born on December 7, 1977 in the city of Taganrog in the Rostov region. He graduated from the Don Interregional College of Construction and Economics. In 2001 he went to Moscow. Here Roma met Alexander Vertinsky, the future producer and director of "Beasts" music videos.
Already in February 2002 the first song of the group was released, which was called "For You", and in the summer a contract with the recording company CD Land Records was signed. The first single of "Beasts" first appeared on the radio, and the second ("Just such a strong love") was soon aired on MTV and immediately took the top lines of ratings.
The band's first album was released in February 2003. "Zveri" went on tour around the country, and in 2004 released a second album called "Neighborhoods-Quarters"... Today the group "Zveri" is one of the most popular in the country - its songs flooded the radio airwaves, new clips occupy the top lines in the national charts, and all the concerts of the group are held with a full house.
Roma Zver loves the sea and fishing, Italian cuisine and Italian wine, collects cold weapons, is fond of photography. His favorite movies are "The Godfather", "Moscow does not believe in tears", "Forrest Gump". Roma also became the author of the book "Rains-Pistols" - about his own life in Taganrog, before moving to Moscow. At the end of 2007 - beginning of 2008 the second part of the book was to be published, telling about how the group "Zveri" was formed and what obstacles it had to overcome on the way to popularity.