Rosalia (singer) life and biography

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Rosalia (singer) biography

Date of birth : 1993-09-25
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Barcelona, Spain
Nationality : Spanish
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 0000-00-00
Credited as : flamenco singer, pop singer, la fama music video

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Rosalia Vila Tobella, also known as Rosalia, is a Spanish nuevo flamenco and Latin pop singer and songwriter. Born 25 September 1993 in Sant Cugat del Vall├Ęs, Barcelona, Spain.

Talented Rosalia relocated to California in late 2016 after signing to Universal, which issued her debut album Los Angeles. The recording was a stripped-down affair of classic and nuevo flamenco songs recorded by maverick producer Raul Refree (Lee Ranaldo, Silvia Perez Cruz, Las Migas) with only a Spanish guitar as accompaniment.

In the middle of 2018, Rosalia appeared on J Balvin's single "Billio" and in its video. At the end of May 2018, she issued a pre-release single and video for her own track "Malamente," that scored more than four million views during its first week on YouTube.

Rosalia's second full-length, El Mal Querer, was produced by El Guincho (Tiga, Los Punsetes) and released in November 2018. Her first hit single came in 2019, when she collaborated with J Balvin on "Con Altura", a reggaeton-inspired track that marked Rosalia's journey to urban music.

On 2 November 2021, Rosalia announced the title of her new album Motomami. A record expected to be released in 2022 through Columbia Records. Its lead single, "La Fama" featuring The Weeknd was premiered on 11 November 2021.

Also, in December 2021, Rockstar Games launched a new Grand Theft Auto Online radio station, MOTOMAMI Los Santos, curated by Rosalia and Arca.

Throughout her career, Rosalia has won a Grammy Award, eight Latin Grammy Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, an MTV Europe Music Award, two UK Music Video Awards and two consecutive Premio Ruido for both of her studio albums, among others. In 2019, Billboard gave her the Rising Star Award for "changing the sound of today's mainstream music with her fresh flamenco-influenced pop", and she became the first Spanish-singing act in history to be nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammys.

Music video: ROSALIA feat The Weeknd "La Fama"

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