Musician MARIA Die RUHE addresses societal ills with ‘Superrare’ song

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Neon lights, casual hangouts with your friends and undeniable swag all come together with finesse and a sultry rebellious attitude in MARIA Die RUHE’s latest video and single ‘Superrare’. Released today via Reduced To The Root, we dive deeper into the songstress’s world as she explores her femininity and points out the questionable standards in our society today, one song at a time. 

Stream/Download: ‘Superrare’

She shares daring lyrics that address wealth, status and the meaningless value of material possessions. One could easily sing along with its anthemic-like lyrics that rejects the idea of having more makes you a better or more successful human being. 

Listen to ‘Superrare’ on our Spotify playlist POP_GROUND.fm

MARIA Die RUHE maintains an honest and vulnerable approach to the lyrics she puts out into the world and we are not complaining. It is rare for musicians besides rappers and rockers to share their true feelings and thoughts about the world so openly like this firework. 

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