BOMS

Black Lives Matter #BlackLivesMatter

This song, BOMS, “blood of my soul” is dedicated to all of the black women and men who have been murdered by police, a result of systemic racism which permeates every facet of our society. Until #BlackLivesMatter, all lives will not. Profits from streaming on any platform will be added to my monthly contribution to the Equal Justice Initiative (https://eji.org/), and, if it is ever licensed (big money) profits will also be donated.

I am reposting a list of organizations that you can donate to (credit: @botanicaldyke), together with a list of legal resources. https://shorturl.at/krxCD Tab 2: Legal Services and Bail Support Tab 3: Advice for Protesting and Social Media Tab 4: Bail Funds, Memorial Funds, Organizations & Mutual Aid Tab 5: International Solidarity and Resources Tab 6: Misc Mutual Aid and Community Projects

Here are a few of the names of the women and men lost. I know many many more have gone unnoticed, but they are not forgotten.

Say their names. Breonna Taylor Sandra Bland George Floyd Ahmaud Arbery Rayshard Brooks Michael Brown Eric Garner Oscar Grant III Trayvon Martin Amadou Diallo Rekia Boyd Tamir Rice Alex Nieto Aiyana Jones Jonathan Akeem Pairre Ferrell John Crawford Ramarley Graham Kendrec McDade Ousmane Zongo Kathryn Johnston Eugene Ejikeobiora Tarika Wilson Sean Bell Philando Castile Terence Crutcher Freddy Gray

Video edited and directed by E.A Films Filmed by Alex Zajicek Special thanks to Oriana Saportas for the protest footage. BOMS (blood of my soul) represents the beautiful vulnerability we each feel when we love unconditionally. It came as a stream of consciousness three years ago, and developed into this orchestra of intense sound. I am so grateful for the collaboration for the video (EA Films and Alex Zajicek), the single’s cover art with Baidi Kamagate @im_baidi @le_noir_px (model and photographer) as well as the musicians that helped bring it to life. Kora by Yacouba Diarra, cuatro by Jackelyn Rago, live drums by Jayme Arredondo, all other instruments/vocals/mix by myself, and mastered by Trakworx.

I hope we keep up the fight and force true change in the USA. Demilitarize and defund the police allocating these resources directly to the community. Track individual police and hold police accountable when they use excessive force for any reason, not just when it results in severe injury or death. And so much more. We can do so much. We can vote and make sure those who represent us follow through with their promises, we can protest in the streets, we can donate money, we can boycott businesses use prison labor or otherwise support a white supremacist agenda and we can directly support the black community, by, buying from black businesses, supporting and promoting black artists across disciplines. I hope that we do not allow the numbing effect of living in a society of instant gratification consumerism to continue to drug us into inaction through surface-deep distractions, the illusion of division. I hope we can rediscover the unique creativity that lies in each of us, our power of expression, of true love. Renee Asteria/Razteria/Renay Asteria Records 2020

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Baila – Razteria feat. Rich D Lion drops August 6!

Baila by Razteria featuring Rich D Lion

Creditos / Credits
-Lyrics Renee Asteria / Razteria & Rich D Lion
-Music Composition & Production Renee Asteria / Razteria
-Recording / Editing / Arrangement / Mixing – Renee Asteria / Razteria at Truffula Oak Studio
-Beat/Instruments – Renee Asteria
-Live Drums – Jayme Arredondo
-Master by Justin Weiss (TrakWorx)

Artwork by Dické (IG @dicktowers69 )

Graphic design by Razteria

Letra / Lyrics
V1

Esta noche es la tuya
Hay que disfrutar
Muévete como quieras
No te complicas
Déjate llevar
por ese ritmo ya
Disfruta el momento
Sin pensar ni comparar (no!)

B1
Con tu cuerpo
Dime lo que sientes (si)
Sin palabras
Dime lo que sientes (si)
Con tu cuerpo
Libre como el viento (si)
es tu noche hay que disfrutar
(Tranquila)

C1

Solo Baila Baila (si)
Dame tu mano (asi)
Baila Baila (asi)
Olvida el tiempo (Tranquila)
Baila Baila (si)
Dame tu mano (asi)
Solo Baila Baila (asi)
Disfruta el momento

V2
Ahora que estas aqui
baby please
Pegate a mi
No tengas miedo de sentir
Y dejar todo fluir
Déjate llevar
Aguantate el ritmo así
Y jamás paras de bailar

B2
Con tu cuerpo
Dime lo que sientes
Sin palabras
Dime lo que sientes
Con tu cuerpo
Libre como el viento
esta noche déjate soñar
C2
Solo Baila Baila
Dame tu mano (asi)
Baila Baila (asi)
Sueña conmigo (Dulzura)
Baila Baila (si)
Dame tu mano (asi)
Solo Baila Baila (asi)
Ahora es el tiempo

V3 (Rich D Lion)

Tequila y Birra alegria ficticia
La confianza sin estila
Bailo sin estilo
Ahí está mi musa con ese vestido
Su cuerpo tan lindo me rindo
Siguiendo mi sexto sentido
Olvido el tiempo con cada traguito
Despacio me quito el miedo
Dejando espacio
Para los Sueños

C3
Solo Baila Baila
Dame tu mano
Baila Baila
Olvida el tiempo (Olvidalo)
Baila Baila
Dame tu mano
Solo Baila Baila
Sueña conmigo

Solo Baila Baila (Baila Baila con ese vestido)
Dame tu mano
Baila Baila (Baila Baila me tienes ido)
Olvida el tiempo
Baila Baila (Baila Baila con ese vestido)
Dame tu mano
Solo Baila Baila (Baila Baila me tienes ido)
Sueña conmigo

Outro
(Asi)
Bailalalalalai
Toma mi mano
Olvida el tiempo
(Asi)
Bailalalalalai (me gusta)
Toma mi mano (asi)
Sueña conmigo (asi)

Baila Baila (si)
(Baila Baila con ese vestido)
Baila Baila (asi)
(Baila Baila me tienes ido)

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AGUA PA CAMELLO (Surativa Parlante x Razteria) – Colombian Etno Afro beat

https://youtu.be/XOcdwuuWT7k
*Muy feliz de lanzar el primer video de Cruzando Corazones – “AGUA PA CAMELLO” una cancion etno-Afro Beat de Surativa Parlante de Bogotá, Colombia
*Very happy to release the first video from Cruzando Corazones – “AGUA PA CAMELLO” an ethno Afro Beat song by Surativa Parlante from Bogota, Colombia.
Title: Agua Pa Camello (Etno Afro beat)
Artist: Surativa Parlante (Bogota, Colombia) featuring Razteria / Renee Asteria
Album: Cruzando Corazones (2017), Asteria Records
Credits:
Recording: Árbol Naranja
Mix: Truffula Oak Studio
Master: Trakworx Studio
Video: Adriana Arizmendy & Agusto Vidal
Surativa Parlante from Bogota, Colombia, stands for Sud America Nativa, combining indigenous roots music and AfroBeat creating a sound they call Etno-AfroBeat. An original song by Surativa Parlante, Razteria adds lead/harmony vocals.
Epiara Murillo (alto sax and voice), Carlos Gómez (tenor sax), Camilo Bustos (bass), Daniel Giraldo (guitar), Nabhí Murillo (keys), Sergio Gómez & Diego Randolf (percussion), Juan Manzano (drums), Razteria (vocals)

World One Festival

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WorldOne Festival is an eclectic multicultural all-day arts, culture and music fest in Cerrito Vista Park featuring an array of artists from around the world. Lots of activities for people of all ages and great food too, this is El Cerrito’s biggest event of the year.
If you were there this year for our 15th annual installment of the home-town large-scale friendly extravaganza, then you know what we’re talking about! Tell your friends you’ll see them there next year for the 2014 version!

The flags unfurl and the music flows
on July 3rd (5 – 7 PM) & 4th (10 – 7 PM) 2013
in El Cerrito, California.
Cerrito Vista Park is where it all takes place, every year.
We’re did it again, and celebrated the Festival’s 15th anniversary in 2013!

World Fest Los Angeles

WorldFest will be held at
Woodley Park
6350 Woodley Ave
Lake Balboa, CA 91406

The WorldFest 2014 Earth Day Festival will be held on Sunday, May 18th, 2014, from 10:30am to 7:00pm, at the beautiful outdoor setting of Woodley Park in Lake Balboa, CA. We will welcome our attendees to a magnificent day filled with entertainment, education and enlightenment. The combination of great music, empowering speakers, environmental, humanitarian and animal welfare non-profits, kid’s activities and a delicious food court make for an earth-friendly experience that is sure to be inspiring and enjoyable for all.

Here’s What’s Happening at WorldFest this Year:

Main Stage – bigger-name bands and celebrity speakers.
Earth Lounge – singer/songwriters, jazz, rock, funk, and world music groups and poets.
EcoTent – speakers, discussions, and displays about sustainable living and current environmental issues
Healthy Hut – speakers, discussions, and displays about health including yoga, meditation & cooking demos.
Animal Pavilion – films, speakers, and displays about the human-animal relationship
FixFest, a low cost spay or neuter clinic for local pets by licensed veterinarians in professionally outfitted mobile units
Art Avenue – Engaging art work with a message of sustainability, humane issues or environmentalism
Exhibitors – more than 100 companies and organizations showcasing their products or eco- and animal-friendly messages.
Kids’ Kingdom- storytelling, face painting, and children’s entertainers and other activities!
Oasis Beer and Wine Garden brought to you by the Lagunitas Brewing Company – Refresh yourself in the Oasis located near the Main Stage!
Animal Adoptions – dogs, cats, rabbits and lots of animals looking for good homes!
ATM Access: There is an ATM machine on the grounds of WorldFest.
Bring your own water bottle to WorldFest for FREE FILTERED DRINKING WATER!
Free water* at WorldFest! We are pleased to say that this year we have Ecowater Systems filtering our water for us. Please stop by the booth for more information. (* water is free if you bring your own cup or bottle. We will also be selling steel bottles and you can get a compostable cup for $1.

Admission prices! Get Presale tickets here

– Presale tickets until May 1st- $8 – Buy Pre-sale Tickets Here!
At the Festival
– General Admission- $12
– Seniors over 60 – $5
-College Students – $5
– Ride your bike to WorldFest – $5
– Take the Metro – $5
(show your pass or ticket for the day)
– Kids 12 and under – FREE

Tickets are tax deductable
Towards Freedom is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization

Pets are not allowed except for service animals.

We are so sorry to say that due to strict Health Department regulations and liability issues we are unable to accommodate your dogs (even on-leash) at the event this year. We are all animal- lovers and this is really disappointing for us. If it was possible for us to have them, we would! However, you can still get your “dog-fix” and all the dog-licks you can handle by visiting the many adoptable dogs from rescue organizations that will be available at the festival. Service animals are allowed.

Interested in Ride-Sharing to WorldFestPickUp Pal Sign up here for an account and become a member of a growing and dynamic community. It is free to join and to use. PickupPals can track the number of rides they have given or taken and the number of miles they have traveled via ride sharing and WorldFest can keep track of the amount of carbon emissions we have collectively reduced as a result!

Biking to WorldFest?

Attendees biking to WorldFest can lock their bikes to our fencing in a specified area and we will have volunteers watch over them until your day is done!

Visiting from out of town?

Make it a WorldFest Weekend. Celebrate with other like-minded friendly folks at any one of these events happening all weekend long! For more info click here, WorldFest Weekend.
We’ve set up a deal with the Best Western Carriage Inn very close to WorldFest. Hotel rooms are available for a discounted rate of $99 up to quad occupancy at Best Western Carriage Inn. These hotel rates (as well as car and air needs) are available for May 15-19, 2014 by booking through Green Earth Travel:

Donna Zeigfinger
Green Earth Travel LLC
301 229-5666
“Destinations That Make A Difference”
www.greenearthtravel.com