Our #MCM for this week is none other than rising pop sensation Jadius. This young hearthrob is a former member of Regina-based quartet Fur Eel, but has now branched out on his own to share his own musical stylings with the world. Jadius’ sound combines elements of pop, funk, EDM, R&B, and rock – literally something for everyone! He’s got a new single coming out called “Give you love”, a song that, despite being recorded in Saskatchewan, embodies none of the frigidness that the province’s winters are known for. The single is upbeat and infectious pop track about loving yourself so, in turn, you can truly love someone else. And if that’s not the best romantic advice ever, I don’t know what is. With influences ranging from David Bowie to Justin Timberlake, we know that Jadius will be turning heads and perking up ears with this great new track. And since he’s all about giving love, we decided we needed to give Jadius some love back. That’s why Jadius is our #mancrushmonday.
What is the first thing that you notice about a potential love interest?
One of the first things I notice is how the person treats both myself and other people. If I see someone I find attractive also treating others with respect and empathy then I go from being somewhat to very interested.
Who would you want to have make the first move?
It would totally depend on the situation! There is fun in both being pursued and pursuing, so it doesn’t matter to me.
What is your ideal first date?
Something chill and relaxed where conversation can happen. If it’s nice outside then a walk or frisbee, or in the frigid Saskatchewan winters its always nice to get a beverage at one of the many great local establishments.
What’s your instant deal breaker?
I’ll admit that I checked out what other #MCM ‘s on the site have said for this question before answering, so my answer has been said before! But negativity is an instant deal breaker, I don’t have time for that!
Who do you go to for dating advice?
My majestic pug Missy always has the best advice. She sigh’s, says nothing and reminds me that my worries are complicating things. That’s what I love about animals, so much love and pure moment to moment living. Ultimately what she says is don’t worry and play it moment to moment.