2020 is about to be a massive year for Rosalía, the Barcelona native tearing up the global pop scene with her intricate take on flamenco. Last year she blew up to a mass degree — so much so that her 2018 album El Mal Querer earned her two nominations at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. After just appearing on the remix of Travis Scott’s “Highest in the Room,” Rosalia has now returned with a new single titled “Juro Qué.”
Returning to her flamenco roots, “Juro Qué” is a swift departure from the sinister trap-laden sound she showcased on the recently-released “A Palé.” She emphasizes an acoustic guitar on the new cut, opting for savory palmas instead of 808 snares. The video for the track, which recruits Spanish actor Omar Rayuso to play her partner, follows the superstar as she poignantly delivers lyrics about a stifling romance.
The single is purportedly the first off her forthcoming record, which has yet to be revealed. While you wait, listen to “Juro Qué” above.
In related news, Gesaffelstein recently dropped off a remix for “A Palé.”