After kicking things off with a rework of his “Signs” track, multi-hyphenate Austin Crute has returned with his second single of the year in the form of “Element.” The new cut boasts the signature bravado that Austin has a habit of infusing into his work, as seen on last year’s Deutschland EP. Bridging together elements of R&B, pop, and trap sounds, “Element” arrives as a self-written joint produced by Kilo & 94skrt.
Crute describes the new song as a "a declaration of independence, self-confidence, and self-worth, and a celebration of teamwork." A mixed influence of the church in the midst of an upbringing in Atlanta has crafted a sound in which angelic vocals melodically dish out bold lyrics like “Got the sauce I might drip all on you.”
Watch them cheese all in your face, but show you no love
How you disrespect the name that's on that poster?
I just finessed the game like I'm supposed to
You a bottom feeder, you an oyster.