Today, 23-year-old singer and producer Raissa has shared her latest track “POLICÍA” via Mark Ronson’s Zelig Records/Columbia. Raissa blends Spanish and English on the forthright, vulnerable new song which is accompanied by a Clyde Munroe directed visual.

In speaking about the track’s meaning Raissa says, “It’s directed at my own self-doubt and ambition. Less literal to free — more poetic/metaphorical. Reflecting on the times where there have been people around me, namely men, who talk out of their ass — the song is also about the fear of being given up on, but mainly the fear of giving up on yourself, but it’s all expressed with attitude and sass in the song. It only becomes fully vulnerable in the outro.”

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“POLICÍA” follows her June single “FREE” and the release of her debut EP HEROGIRL that features “SHADES ON,” “CROWDED, ” “GO FAST BABY” and “COLD FEET.”