Clocking in at two-and-a-half minutes, the track is co-produced by the artist herself and hears ROSALÃA fuse rreggaeton with her Japanese influences â€” notably the strings from Japanâ€™s national instrument, the koto. â€œTUYAâ€ also arrives with a Stillz-directed music video filmed entirely in Japan, serving as her love letter to a country she has a â€œgreat love and respect for.â€
â€œExploring 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,â€ she said in a statement.
Watch ROSALÃAâ€™s â€œTUYAâ€ visual above.
In other new music releases, PinkPantheress debuted herÂ BarbieÂ soundtrack contribution, â€œAngel.â€