Crust-E explains his musical journey

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Crust-E is a 20-year-old local rapper who started making music at a young age. He was inspired by Justin Bieber who released his single title 'Babe' at a very young age and made him believe he too could become a successful artist.

The young talent does Hip-Hop and R&B and has so far released four singles. His first single is titled 'Acting'. "My second single is 'On it' and it features Titan and this one I was telling fans that I am not at the top, not the best, not yet paid but I am still working on it. So, they don't have to lose hope because I will make it one day. The third single is titled 'All mine' and it features Da Milli. I wrote this one for lovers. You can use it as a message to your partner," he told Arts & Culture in an interview.
The last one is titled 'Off to Rap' and it features Flame Kid. Crust-E said the song was a diss track replying to Flow G’s diss. However, he noted that he has a lot of unreleased songs.

So far he has six unreleased tracks dubbed Born for It, A Lot, Making A Move, Burberry Headband, Good To Have You and Lead. The above mentioned songs were all produced by Da Milli at Millionaire Beatz. Furthermore, he explained that only a few people listened to his music adding that they all gave positive comments and reactions. He also explained that he was different from other rappers because his song talked about reality and things he experienced.
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