They lay their music foundation in hip hop and try to deliver a message through their lyrics.
K-pop lovers around the world are falling in love with the award-winning D-Crunch, the South Korean nine piece from Seoul. Their androgynous look - beautiful hair and make-up combined with hoodies and boots - Beyonce level dance routines, romantic gazes and post-Industrial music videos and hip-hop influenced songs are setting the band on the path to global fame but they are more than image. All members of the band write and choreograph their songs and they are already trying to give something meaningful back to fans, marking their one year anniversary with a charity concert. During the COVID-19 pandemic they collaborated on a music video inspired to give courage to fellow Koreans and also produced a video series which fights lockdown depression by teaching people at home K-Pop dance routines.