Viewers were dazzled by Rosalía’s performance at the 2020 Grammys, where the superstar delivered a rendition of her new single, "Juro Que," and "Malamente" to the crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
During her performance, which was introduced by host Alicia Keys, on Sunday (January 26), the Spanish singer/songwriter, 26, graced the stage in an all-white ensemble with plenty and plenty fringe. While the first part of the performance was a glimpse at the star's unique styling and vocal offerings, the Staples Center audience was also met with a solo dance break, as well as a rendition of her MALAMENTE (Cap.1: Augurio) single. Sharing the stage with close to 30 dancers, Rosalía brought her alluring stage presence and paired it with smooth choreography inspired by flamenco dancers to deliver something that was quintessential Rosalía.
Just last week, Rosalia dropped the music video for the new single, which translates to "I Swear That." The song, which was self-produced alongside El Guincho, sees her return to her sonic stomping ground after hopping into reggaeton with J Balvin on "Con Alutra" and dipping her toes into the world of Travis Scott for his remix of "Highest In The Room."
Rosalía was nominated in the coveted Best New Artist category, but lost the award to Billie Eilish. Earlier in the night, the singer won the honor of Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album for her album, El Mal Querer.
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