Watch Terra of Rituals of Mine show you around her childhood neighborhood in her new music video for “65th St” off of HYPE NOSTALGIA. Watch here.
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More about the music video:
“During the first few months of quarantine, I took my girlfriend to the neighborhood I grew up in in South Sacramento with a camcorder that we borrowed from a friend. It’s a pretty desolate, raw part of town, especially the street I grew up on: 65th St. I’d always wanted to write a song about that street partly because so many things have happened to me there. I spent most of my childhood & teenage life there and have had so many insane hilarious and traumatic stories about growing up there. South Sacramento can be a difficult place to grow up in. There’s not a lot of success around you and a lot of folks never get out of the cycle of poverty and addiction that does exist there but there’s also such a beauty to the strength of the people who live there. Resilience thrives in that community and I definitely got it from living there. There’s also such a calmness on the streets and a humbleness that exists within the neighborhood. It’s just rows and rows of families living their lives, trying to get through the day. There’s nothing fancy about the area and it has not changed much in the last 20 years. I just wanted to create a simple video to document and honor the HUD home I grew up in at 5935 65th St.”
– Terra of Rituals of Mine