ROSALÍA Highlights Her Musical Influences in New Single “TUYA”


ROSALÍA is following up her and Rauw Alejandro‘s joint RR release with the new single “TUYA.”

Clocking in at two-and-a-half minutes, the track is co-produced by the artist herself and hears ROSALÍA fuse rreggaeton with her Japanese influences — notably the strings from Japan’s national instrument, the koto. “TUYA” also arrives with a Stillz-directed music video filmed entirely in Japan, serving as her love letter to a country she has a “great love and respect for.”

“Exploring is part of who I am as a musician and in the case of TUYA inspirations such as reggaeton, Japanese instruments, flamenco and gabber techno coexist at the same level,” she said in a statement.

Watch ROSALÍA’s “TUYA” visual above.

In other new music releases, PinkPantheress debuted her Barbie soundtrack contribution, “Angel.”

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