ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: ItsNotYouItsMe "Back To The Future" Plays Catch-Up With Rosalía's Music Video Evolution!

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

ItsNotYouItsMe "Back To The Future" Plays Catch-Up With Rosalía's Music Video Evolution!





ItsNotYouItsMe "Back To The Future" plays catch-up with Rosalía's music video evolution!

"At over 1.3 billion video views, Rosalia's most-watched music video up to date is "Con Altura" with J Balvin and El Guincho.

But before the fabulous party in a private jet became a global sensation, the Spanish singer has been serving her fans with some intense, meaningful and very creative music videos.

Rosalia is confirmed to participate at the 2020 LatinFest+ produced by Billboard and Telemundo in a superstar Q&A taking place the week of April 20-23 in Las Vegas. Registration and ticket sales are now open at www.latinfestplus.com.

In honor of her participation at the upcoming three-day events and panel series, Billboard revisits Rosalia’s music evolution below, from her simple, black-and-white “Tarante” to her 2-in-1 video bundle “F*cking Money Man" to her playful collaboration with Ozuna in "Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi" video, and more.


"Taranta" with Alfredo Lagos - 2016

One of the first music videos on Rosalia's YouTube channel is "Taranta," an elegant black-and-white clip that highlights her powerhouse flamenco vocals joined by Spanish guitarist Alfredo Lagos.





"Catalina" - 2017

At the beginning of her career, Rosalia's videos were simple but made a statement as seen in "Catalina."





“De Plata” - 2017

"De Plata," filmed in Los Angeles, gives us major '70s vibes with the retro colors, scenes and fashion style.





“Malamente” - 2018

In 2018, Rosalia began to incorporate urban fusions into her traditional flamenco style and started flaunting more of her killer dance moves as seen in "Malamente."





“Pienso en tu Mira” - 2018

A true masterpiece, "Pienso en tu Mira" tells the story of a painful love story in an artistic way, including flashy jewelry and witchcraft.





“Di Mi Nombre” - 2018

Flaunting her flamenco skills, Rosalia is seen dancing alone in a pink bedroom for the "Di Mi Nombre" music video.





“Bagdad” - 2018

In "Bagdad," Rosalia portrays an exotic dancer who's seen crying alone in a bathroom and drowning in her own tears. The track is an adaptation of Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River."





“De Aqui No Sales” - 2018

"This is my favorite song on the album and this visual piece reinforces the music like no other video has done in the project,” Rosalia said in a press release of "De Aquí No Sales (Cap.4: Disputa)."





“Con Altura” - 2019

Rosalia kicked off 2019 with a more mainstream sound infused into her flamenco/pop melodies. In "Con Altura," she celebrates her success in a colorful private jet party alongside J Balvin and El Guincho.





“Aute Cuture” - 2019

The music video for "Aute Cuture" tells the story of a mystical beauty gang, providing a dose of glamour and bejeweled nails.





“F*cking Money Man” - 2019

Giving us major game show-meets-infomercial vibes from the '70s, Rosalia released "F*cking Money Man," featuring two songs and videos in one: “Milionaría” (in Catalan) and “Dio$ No$ Libre del Dinero" (in Spanish).



"Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi" - 2019

Rosalia teamed up with Ozuna to bring to life "Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi," a song that highlights the realness of a partner in crime. In the music video, the two artists are seen having dinner together, flirting with each other as they perform the song and more.






"A Palé" - 2019

Filmed in a warehouse, "'A Palé' takes its name from the nearly ubiquitous wooden shipping pallets Rosalía was surrounded by for years growing up in an area outside Barcelona dominated by trucking industry," a release explains, "but the spirit of the song centers around 'doing it big' -- our ability to be strong and carry a lot of weight."





"Juro Que" - 2020

Returning to her flamenco roots for her first single of the year, "Juro Que's" music video showcases the perfect dramatization of loneliness, despair and the helplessness of not being able to solve a problem."  - Billboard.com


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