Kritta is a hip-hop musician from California’s Bay Area. Growing in scope and depth with each new release, his style has been deemed genuine, powerful, and often remarkably personal. Music by Kritta builds crowds, interest, and emotion for recordings, performances and playlist spots, which never fail to excite his audiences.
Asked to describe his songs personally, Kritta writes, “The intended meaning of my music is to inspire the listener. Recurring themes are personal growth, self-love, and hustling for your passions and dreams.
Kritta’s repertoire includes such popular drops as “Humble Beginnings” (2016), “I Got It” and “Black Orchid” (2017), and “Get You” (2018), as well as his most recent release, “R.A.P (Rhythm and Poetry)” which was premiered on the world-famous "Sway in the Morning" radio show. “R.A.P” by Kritta continues to garner widespread critical and fan acclaim. Kritta’s general tone, style and thematic message on “R.A.P” have made it a resounding success with a variety of audiences.
The artist writes of how his music speaks to listeners: “It’s hard for me to put what my music is in words. To me, I consider it medicine. As of late, I’ve been calling it ‘Rhythm and Poetry’ [from which his recent drop takes its name]. Conversations in song form. Messages, psalms...”
Taking into account the manner in which Kritta came into music, it’s easy to see how his music has taken its present sound and form.
“I listen to it every day for almost everything,” he writes. “But most importantly, I listen to music to heal and learn. To me, music is medicine for the soul. Music saved my life. It’s amazing to me how an artist can relate with someone through song, or how an artist can teach the listener something based on an experience that happened in their real life.” For himself he writes of this, “I make music to inspire, uplift, and spread love.”