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by Razteria



San Francisco Bay Area artist Razteria’s new single, “Crash,” illustrates the harshness of human society juxtaposed with the power and beauty of the ocean’s waves. The style of this track can be compared to artists such as St. Vincent, Jhelisa, and Jada Kingdom.

Lyrically, “Crash” tells the stereotypical story of tourism in a coastal paradise, where the locals try to please the Gringo (man), but he will inevitably “crash”, a metaphor for death and an end to the power hierarchy which exists in society between humans. Most importantly, recognizing that the destruction and domination of nature is an illusion, we are only destroying ourselves. The wave’s crash represents the transformative power of nature to which we will all return.

The song symbolizes the freedom we realize when we embrace our insignificance. By letting go of the myths we hold about ourselves, and allowing our egos to crash, we find peace. Death is the ultimate equalizer, we will return, like the waves to the ocean.


released July 29, 2021
Credits: Composed, performed, produced and mixed by Razteria
Mastered by TrakWorx


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Asteria Records San Francisco, California

Razteria creates eclectic multilingual pop music with vocals reminiscent of Sade, electronic elements of Massive Attack, grooves of Steel Pulse and latin vibe of Shakira. She is also a producer-engineer, and collaborates with artists and musicians from the SF Bay Area and around the world. Razteria uses music to describe the spectrum of profound emotions and experiences we have in life. ... more

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