Raye Zaragoza

Raye Zaragoza is a New York City-born, Los Angeles-based folk singer-songwriter. Woman in Color, her sophomore album, is out now on Rebel River Records, her own independent label. The album delivers powerful missives about embracing one’s own identity and discovering the power behind it, all across brisk, emotive, compelling folk melodies. Once deemed “one of the most politically relevant artists in her genre” by Paste Magazine, Zaragoza now offers an intimate exploration of coming into her own, in a country where for many, simply existing is political.

For Woman In Color, Zaragoza enlisted Grammy-nominated producer Tucker Martine (Neko Case, My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit, The Decemberists, Modest Mouse, Sufjan Stevens). In just 10, 10-hour days in Portland, the pair stretched Raye’s prolific songwriting into life-size experiences, adding lush layers of instrumentation with notable guest players including Colin Meloy (The Decemberists), Laura Veirs, Dylan Day (Jenny Lewis), Andrew Borger (Norah Jones), and Kyleen King (Brandi Carlile).

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Talks

Raye Zaragoza and Lizzie No Talk the Difference Between Tokenization and Inclusion

By Raye Zaragoza | October 30, 2020

Raye Zaragoza and Lizzie No Talk the Difference Between Tokenization and Inclusion

The singer-songwriters dive deep on the subject of being women of color in folk.