rosaliathe popular Spanish artist who won 12 Latin Grammy Awards, collaborated with Cardi B, herself an American Grammy Award winner and who is the most certified female rapper of all time. The result was a new version of his worldwide hit get rid ofnow renamed Shipping -RMX.
Rosalía initially teased the remix by asking fans to rate who she worked with on the song, with Cardi B tweeting “tomorrow” soon after, delighting all of her followers with the prospect of the two superstars joining forces.
Rosalía quickly shared it Despecha-RMX it was none other than Cardi B and that her launch was that same night.
the original hit
Around the middle of the year, get rid of It originally premiered in the European summer with immediate support from fans and critics alike – it was the #1 new global streaming release on Spotify and was declared “song of the summer” by El País.
Despechá was the first new song Rosalía released after her acclaimed album motomamiwhich is still the highest rated record of the year, according to Metacritic.
Currently, Rosalía is in the last few shows of her first world tour, ‘Motomami World Tour’ which has seen her playing sold-out shows all over the world, just like what happened in Argentina.
With fans lining up days in advance at each venue, the much touring featured an unforgettable night of groundbreaking choreography and Rosalía’s distinctive world-class vocals through a 30-song production based on the album. motomami and many more of his hits, including the favorite get rid of.
The massive extravaganza produced by Live Nation consisted of 46 shows in 15 countries and concluded last night, December 18, with a performance at the Accor Arena in Paris.
The show in Argentina
On August 25 and 26 of this year, Rosalía appeared at the Movistar Arena.
The wait to see her live with her Motomami Tour was immense, to the point that the 15,000 tickets sold out in a few minutes and another date had to be added, which also sold out in record time.
It was: a spectacular concert that shattered many preconceptions about what a recital “should” be. There were no musicians or costume changes, for example. Not even many songs from his previous albums. Everything was a big “Motomami tour de force”, with the new material and concept as the axis.
The starting point was the album that caused worldwide sensation this year, even if that impact has since been eclipsed by the hit get rid ofan unreleased one that he added to the tour and ended up being edited almost at the request of the crazy public on social networks.
Rosalía took to a completely bare stage with her eight dancers (or “motopapis”), all wearing luminous masks and walking on all fours. Next door, as an extra member, a cameraman with his steadycam was filming everything from very close up.
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