Cruza Conjure a Multidimensional "Fantasy" in Their Latest Single
Alternative R&B trio Cruza’s latest release “Fantasy” is a bonafide liquid dream, proving that talent and true grit will always defeat clout.
Comprised of AJ Roth, Charity Joy Brown, and Adam Kain, the internet-friends-turned-band live at the intersection of sound and movement, charioting a new multimodal sensory. They’re on a completely different wavelength, interweaving through dimensions and melting minds.
Through haunting guitar riffs and soothing vocals, their signature sound has earned them a fast-growing following, as well as a stand-out feature on Smino’s latest project Luv 4 Rent. While it’s needless to say that their talent has its own gravitational pull, fans also fall victim to their honesty and genuine hunger for the art. They’re self-produced and self-made, telling stories of love and the disorienting journey of your 20s.
As AJ leads production while Charity oozes through guitar and Adam lets his soul flow through vocals, they’ve cultivated a dynamic that gives birth to moody tracks like “Fantasy,” which live outside the confines of fixed genre. Adam is as chilling as ever on the single, humming lines like “Pieces of me that are broken / I can’t explain girl I'm tortured / You left me open and left me,” easing off the track by defeatedly asking to be left to bleed.
As many anticipate what’s to come from the band that’s next up, Cruza seems very satisfied with themselves on “Fantasy,” embodying the truth that grinding past the initial discomfort of doing what you love will lead you directly to where you were always meant to be.
Listen to "Fantasy" below: