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Rosalía al Primavera Sound 2019
Foto: Ana Páez

Time Out says

Born in a Catalan town with fewer than 8,000 inhabitants, Rosalía has become a global star in record time, winning a pair of Latin Grammys and another couple of MTV Video Music Awards, and having collaborated with great Latin stars like J Balvin and Ozuna, electronic kings like James Blake, and making her film debut with none other than Pedro Almodóvar with a small role in 'Pain and Glory'. She's the first Spanish artist to grace the cover of Spanish Vogue and has even had a hit song singing in her native Catalan with the rumba-style 'Millonària'.

You've seen her fusion of flamenco, R&B and electronic rhythms at Barcelona's big festivals Sónar and Primavera Sound, where this year she presented her album 'El mal querer' (2018) as one of the festival's headliners. Now you can see the end of the tour of the same album in Palau Sant Jordi, a massive space that might be too small to hold the power of such an international phenomenon. After selling out the first concert in two hours, a second date has been added for Sunday, December 8.


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