It is a phenomenal phenomenon. At 30, Rosalía imposes her neo-flamenco on the planet. With her latest album, “Motomami”, she is the first Spanish singer to count 1 billion listens on Spotify. Colombian Empress Shakira dubs him on Twitter: “Rose! My country and I love you very much. » In France, the novelist Virginie Despentes celebrates her as “one of the most important young performers of her generation”, while the Konbini site explains “why Rosalía is the best artist of all time”. Which is a bit cavalier for Nina Simone. She was even given (despite her fortune estimated at 49 million dollars) a role as a laundress by Pedro Almodóvar in the film “Dolor y Gloria”.
To make herself unforgettable, she sang “Lo Vas A Olvidar”, in duet with the American Billie Eilish, not without imposing her linguistic hegemony on Yankee poetics. And if some purists accuse him of illegitimately appropriating
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