Kesington Kross Chats With caught up with California native Kesington Kross to talk about his music, its impact, and why he refuses to be “labeled.” Check out an excerpt from the interview below... Which song on Audio Justice do you think best describes who you are musically?

Kesington Kross: I like to address provocative topics and push the envelope. I also want substance behind it. I love everything, but the song that makes the most musical transitions is “Arabian Paradise” because it takes you on a journey and it goes through at least three genres. It’s a little bit on the abstract side and I like to play between the abstract and the commercial. The second runner up is “Carry On” because there is so much expression behind that record.

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