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In addition to her success with music, singer-songwriter Kreesha Turner is well-known for her unique fashion sense. She has started incorporating more of her Jamaican heritage into her music and her style. The most obvious example of this is her new (old) natural hairstyle: Turner says she wanted to inspire other curly and kinky-haired girls to wear their hair naturally, since so many famous ethnic women don’t. In this video, WatchMojo.com catches up with Kreesha Turner to discuss her approach to style, how much say she has over the fashion in her videos, and her new ‘do.
Kreesha performs a stripped down version of her latest single I Could Stay and talks about her new album, touring and working out.
Recently, Cadence sat down with Edmonton-born rising R&B star Kreesha Turner, whose latest album, the genre-fusing Tropic Electric, is out this week.
Sporting catchy singles like the club-ready “Rock Paper Scissors” and “I Could Stay,” the ambitious follow-up to 2008′s pop-driven debut Passion – which itself proudly featured memorable numbers like “Bounce With Me” and, of course, “Don’t Call Me baby” – aims to both capture and gel today’s electronic dance rhythms and Turner’s R&B/reggae heritage.