Rosalia and Tokischa claim the feminism uncomfortable in its new song, cute

Rosalia premieres this Wednesday a new song, "Linda", a dembow in which she participates as a guest of the Dominican artist Tokischa and in which she recovers

Rosalia and Tokischa claim the feminism uncomfortable in its new song, cute

Rosalia premieres this Wednesday a new song, "Linda", a dembow in which she participates as a guest of the Dominican artist Tokischa and in which she recovers her fusion of Spanish, urban and Latin folk roots.

"I arrived late for the appointment, I was with the rosecase / friends who kiss are the best company," he begins by singing the Dominican Republic rapera, called Tokischa Altagracia Peralta. She is the author of topics as "bad" and has become known in just three years by a ferrous feminist positioning from styles such as the regundet, the Trap, the Dembow and the Dancehall. "Sweet, delicious like a cookie / ere 'Linda and I am Rulin'", toned in the lyrics.

"Tokischa is an irreverent woman, a woman who speaks directly, who speaks strong and that bothers people, (...) a key and necessary woman, someone who does not fit in Nigún Canon, but because of her freedom of freedom she represents us To all, "says Rosalía of his musical companion in this adventure, according to Sony Music.

In these statements, the "badly" interpreter reveals that the issue was made in the guandules, "where there is inspiration and the affection of generous and full of art". "Long live the Dembow and Viva Domañana Republic," she concludes her message.

"Linda" was composed of both artists, as well as by Raimy and Leo Rd, and produced by the latter next to Rosalia. Both its letter and the video contain numerous references to the LGTBI community.

As of today, Linda is available on all digital music distribution platforms, as well as the video clip filmed in the Dominican Republic under the direction of Raimy.

It constitutes the first material of Rosalia since its surprise collaboration with OneOhtrix Point Never on the theme "Nothing's Special", published last May, and "last night", who saw the light in February and was coesiscribed and co-finished together A Bad Bunny for the album of the Puerto Rican.

The third album of Rosalía, even without official degree or date of publication, is one of the most expected releases of the Spanish album after the success of the prior "evil will" (2018), which made it an international star.

From his hand, Rosalia obtained a Grammy Award, as well as the historic first nomination to the Grammy "Best New Artist" for a Spanish-speaking artist, as well as eight Latin Grammys, including the "Album of the Year".

Updated Date: 04 September 2021, 15:04

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