Style is about setting you apart from Joe Average without showing off or being “dandy” (someone who tries too hard or who has to look “perfect”). However, for Electro-pop Reggae artist Crushal MrLuv, he’s hard to go unnoticed as he stands out in any crowd with his choice in fashion.
Crushal Mr1Luv certainly dresses the part of a rockstar. When it comes to style and fashion for the Jamaican born, Brooklyn raised artist it’s all about colors, prints, and embellishments.
As they say, a neatly and stylishly dressed man can be described as being dapper. Even though his style is considered “dapper,” it’s even more eccentric. Eccentrics always have one trademark item of clothing, and often this is a hat. If you like to wear a well-made fedora; place a colored feather in the brim, and you’re a dapper.
Fashion is all about making a statement and creating a distinct look, and no other accessory does that quite like a good hat. Sure it can be a little costumey, but that’s the point. So for Crushal Mr1Luv his headpiece is his fashion statement or trademark (he’s seldom seen without a headpiece).
Fashion is all about making a statement and creating a distinct look, and no other accessory does that quite like a good hat. Sure it can be a little costumey, but that’s the point. So for Crushal his headpiece is his fashion statement or trademark (he’s seldom seen without a headpiece).
Looking fashionable is all about playing with proportion and contrast. Not just big with small, but also hard with soft, tight with loose, and heavy with light. Moreover, for Crushal Mr1Luv his overall fashion choice he seems to play around with this concept a lot when it comes to his fashionable attire. His appearance is a subtle blend of street meets couture; displaying that rockstar meets Hip Hop urban style.
With Crushal’s “eccentric style” also influences his interpretation of music.
Crushal is ready to make an impact not just with his fashion but with his music on the international scene and prepared to attract a broader fan base. Crushal is gearing up to release his first major project, FRESH OUT EP. The project boasts seven songs which have an impressive collection of catchy lyrics mixed with Afro-Caribbean percussive rhythms. With songs like “Gas Pump” and “Ackee and Saltfish,” Crushal displays his island vibe with these songs that have an upbeat tempo laced with soca and reggae beat to put you in a dancing mood. Most of the songs on the EP has a recurring theme of love and hate, which are evident if you listen to songs like “Happy I Met You,” “Fresh Out” and “Highway.” These songs are a intricate blend of R&B and pop bass line along with Crushal’s smooth vocals.
Fresh Out is an excellent way for Crushal to officially introduce himself as he showcases his talent as an artist and to boost his budding career. Overall Fresh Out is a great EP to vibe to especially in the summertime.