Zaritza & DJ Titusz – ‘Tic Toc’ Single

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Zaritza & DJ Titusz – ‘Tic Toc’

‘Tic Toc’ is the latest collaboration to be released by Zaritza and DJ Titusz. This brilliant electronic-pop single is making waves this Summer 2020.

A piano and Zaritza’s soulful and passionate vocals open the release. The beat drops and the single is in full flow. We adore the catchy and layered instrumentation which create a solid foundation for Zaritza’s exquisite vocals to spring from.

The chorus is catchy and innovative pop at it’s finest. The textured guitars and melodic bass also add wonderful colour to the piece. We love the rise and fall in the instrumentation with an unexpected key change which keeps the listener on their toes, not knowing where the track will go next.


Zaritza says about her art, “Zaritiza exists between paradoxes. This deeply feminine energy is both playful and serious, philosophical and sensual, experimental and classical.” This comes through strongly on ‘Tic Toc’ and helps to connect the song to its audience. 

Zaritza wrote the lyrics for ‘Tic Toc’ with collaborators Steve Rizzo and Chris Macock. The single was masterfully produced and finalized by DJ Titusz, (who’s known for his music projects like The Carbonfools and Belga).

Finally, the song was mixed by Adam Whittaker, who has worked with several icons like Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson. Together, the team have done an excellent job in creating a piece of art that will stand the test of time. 

We adore ‘Tic Toc’ and thoroughly recommend adding it to your weekday playlist. Zaritza is an exciting artist, and we very much look forward to hearing what she will do next. Another Collab with DJ Titusz at some point, please! 

Check out ‘Tic Toc’ from the link below; the duo will have you reaching for the repeat button. 

FV Music Blog August 2020

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