Rosalía - "TUYA" + General Discussion

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^That's very good, and nearly 700K. I'm surprised you think this is not from the album, literally every article in the Spanish press call it the first single from Motomami, and she has tons of press this week.
 
MOTOMAMI is a masterpiece full of dissonance, synthesizers, and saturated organs. It’s an innovative, avant-garde work that captures Rosalía’s roots and technical capabilities, leaving you with more questions than answers once you finish. She challenges commercial music as we know it. Catchy choruses or uniform beats? No. In fact, she takes apart the traditional structure of Spanish-language pop music, making the roots a melodic, not a rhythmic, accompaniment. Her drum triggers recall Trent Reznor’s, and she takes experimentation to new heights, evoking the lucky few who have managed to escape the commercial industry to make true art.

MOTOMAMI‘s degree of lyrical, rhythmic, and sonic experimentation can be likened to experimental works like the Beastie Boys’ Ill Communication or Moby’s Play — albums that came from deconstruction and questioning. She can be sweet, warm, and innovative like Lorde on Pure Heroine, or rude and raw like Nine Inch Nails on The Downward Spiral. Across the album, Rosalía over-saturates and plays with her voice, pushing it to the limit without hesitation, deconstructing it to create samples and sounds that intertwine with the rhythm—if that’s what you can call the syncopated, out-of-time percussion that fires out according to the progression of each song. She rethinks structure, making music that can seem disharmonious and asymmetric, but this is one of the album’s most exciting qualities.

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-latin/rosalia-motomami-interview-1256304/
 
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