Crux... Ever wonder? The word Crux is often defined by many dictionaries as the basic, central or critical point or feature. As a cross-genre group, the Crux finds itself as the answer to the blandness currently plaguing most forms of music on their debut album, The Question. "As a group we write about the things we see and the things we observe. We write about situations that happen to us or people we know and love. We don't try to be too hood-hard or too rock with it. We write about real life and have fun doin' it," says NuSol. This authenticity behind their music promises to intrigue listeners and challenges people to not only have fun with the music of the Crux, but to relate to their music as well. "I don't really know how to describe our music to tell you the truth, I just hope people have a good time listenin' to it," says Leroy. Rick Luv describes the Crux and their music as "very diverse. We all come from different places and different backgrounds. Different stories. Different ways to look at music. We bring diversity and unity to the game. We make the game universal." El Toro Fuerte adds, "simply put [we are] an eloquent gathering of shit-hotness." Regardless of your take on the current state of any genre of music today, the talent and heat that the Crux brings to the table is hard to deny. Whether you are a hip-hop head or a rock fan, an R&B lover or a pop music junkie, the Crux's debut album, The Question, has 18 hot tracks and promises to have something for everyone. So go ahead, revel and relate to their music. Enjoy and have a good time with ... but wonder no more. Crux!