Rosalía’s performance shines in world tour


Julian Godina

Rosalia at her MOTOMAMI World Tour

Julian Godina, Staff Writers

Rosalía is a Spanish singer and songwriter whose first international hit was “Con Altura” with J Balvin and was named the best songs
of the year by Billboard. Rosalía is also a recipient of the Latin Grammy Award for the album of the year.

Rosalía has recently gone viral on TikTok for the “Rosalía challenge,” which is when her song “Bizcochito” starts playing and she stands on the stage with sass and chomps on her gums with her eyes rolling at the same time.

After Rosalía announced that she was going on her “Motomami World Tour,” I knew that I had to go.

The concert was Sept. 28 at the Aragon Ballroom. If anyone has been to the Aragon Ballroom, they will know how the line works and how the temperature is in the building. If I am being honest, the temperature in the ballroom is very hot and it seems like they do not have any air conditioning.

As for waiting in line. it is in a sketchy alleyway where all the fans wait for the venue to open for everyone. The body heat of everyone singing and dancing is so uncomfortable because it becomes so hot and suffocating at the venue.

Other than that, all the songs that Rosalía sang were perfect and her performances with her backup dancers were excellent.

Rosalía sang her whole album “Motomami,” which was lifechanging to see her perform this album live because it quickly became one of my favorite albums ever.

Rosalía did a perfect job of performing and singing at the same time. Her performances were top tier and with the backup of her dancers she created a performance that was very iconic and sassy.