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Setra, Daughter of the Sun / Press

“Many musicians attempt to sing of personal strength, the evils of consumerism and corporations, and of course of love, but too often come off as cheesy and unbelievable. Setra speaks of these things in ways that make you want to dance and say, "Sing It!"”

“Setra was born in Egypt, created by an Egyptian father and African American mother. Setra is probably the most interesting person I've ever met. She possesses a calming, peaceful presence. and her music mirrors her spirit. Her lyrical and vocal styles are highlighted in tracks like Who Do You Love (my personal favorite) and Beautiful. If the world was just, Setra’s music would be playing on the radio every day. I left Setra with two questions. What would you tell young girls who want to follow in your path and what legacy do you want to leave behind. Her responses were pure and intelligent. “Young girls should define themselves so that others won’t have to and follow your inner voice because it never steers you wrong. Question everything and always read the fine print.” As for her legacy, “I want it to be said, long after I’m gone, that I wrote songs that made people think and challenge the status quo.””

Debbie Mycell - ReversedInk Magazine

“Setra was born in Egypt, created by an Egyptian father and African American mother. Setra is probably the most interesting person I've ever met. She possesses a calming, peaceful presence. and her music mirrors her spirit. Her lyrical and vocal styles are highlighted in tracks like Who Do You Love (my personal favorite) and Beautiful. If the world was just, Setra’s music would be playing on the radio every day. I left Setra with two questions. What would you tell young girls who want to follow in your path and what legacy do you want to leave behind. Her responses were pure and intelligent. “Young girls should define themselves so that others won’t have to and follow your inner voice because it never steers you wrong. Question everything and always read the fine print.” As for her legacy, “I want it to be said, long after I’m gone, that I wrote songs that made people think and challenge the status quo.””

Debbie Mycell - ReversedInk Magazine