Rosalía grants her first interview to a Spanish newspaper, EL PAÍS, to explain the lyrics of her new single: Chicken Teriyaki, which in less than 24 hours accumulates 2 million views on YouTube. Change of look, change of sound, change of dance and, in short, constant change. Rosalía is determined to assault the highest part of world pop betting on a big change. She this Thursday she has released the third preview of her new album mommywhich will be published on March 18, and shows that she is going for it: she has found a new sound and has invented a dance.
After Fame, a modernized bachata with The Weeknd that left it quite out of tune in its final finish, and Saoko, a very powerful distorted reggaeton that comes to include a jazzy piano in the middle of a highly controlled chaos, now premieres a song that adds more verve to his crusade for becoming an important reference of the new pop, which is configured by the sound mixtures of these times, those in which genres do not exist because everyone is available for fusion and song. As it already happened in Saoko ―and, deep down, as she dazzled everyone for the first time with Badly, back in 2019―, she goes where she wants.
With instinct, but also with a lot of talent. He neither seeks to recreate an already consolidated style by giving it his personality, like so many, nor does he consider a somewhat crazy and very groundbreaking experimentation, hindering the scope of his work. Rosalía takes her own path and, with admirable courage, crosses styles, weaves sound alliances, adds her own sauce and ends up shaping something different. The song has what she has to have, but it also has something else. Not only is her character as a woman pushed forward and with Latin power, but she also has artistic achievements in productions that mark a new step.
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