Released earlier this month, the single shares the singer’s personal experience and feelings that she has encountered while on tour.
“I found the song during a night-time jam by the fire on the beach on a cross-Canada tour on Hornby Island,” she told the Jamaica Observer.
“After travelling and touring for the past several years, I have been to many places and many people from all different cultures and languages have been so lovely in welcoming me into their communities — I just had to put that into a song,” she continued.According to the singer, Raices (which means roots in Spanish) ‘ is a musical love letter that traces our heritage. That set is due November 25.
“The album impressively blends roots-reggae and Afro-Cuban rhythms with folk-pop lyrics and melodies,” she said.
Auresia’s other tracks include Jah Goddess, Fuel Up On Love, and So In Love With You.