Almeria is home to the most anticipated show this year. Salia, who has been playing genres like trap, classic flamenco and R, is the artist everyone wants to hear about.
It is true that Sant Esteve Sesrovires's artist will be presenting her extravagant and new show on only 10 Spanish stages, and then to 16 countries during an ambitious trip that will run until December 18. This show took a lot of work.
There were 100 people on the technical team, ten dancers and musicians, eight trucks with materials to create an impressive stage, an audiovisual display, and three'sleeper trucks' for the touring staff. More than 150 local staff members were involved as well, including loaders, conductors and chefs. Security was also a concern.
The fact is that Motomami is her first album in which she speaks about herself. She dealt with the death in Los Angeles, El mal querer, gender violence, and mistreatment. Rosalia is now able to speak about herself and sex parties, her family, critics, fame, jealousy, and even sex with others. She also allows herself to have fun, experiment, and use humor because she is her own person.
From the very first moment, the public gave its all to its idol. They were young and energetic, just as you would expect. Only the luckiest were able access the tracks with priority, so they were close to the artist.
Other people had less luck but were just as enthusiastic about the performance and approached the two fences that separated the venue. The rest of the capital was quiet, but the study was bustling with activity. The fans and a light breeze helped to cool the sweaty faces, but not those of the motomamis. It was a difficult task for 12,000 people to get to the front row.
The long-awaited moment finally arrived at 10 p.m. Rosalia stepped on stage in a brutal staging, opening the world tour with the torrential "Saoko" song. The song's powerful bass rumbled through the chests of all present. The beat of "Saokopapi Saoko", which was accompanied by a dozen dancers in helmets equipped with LED lights and stunning lighting, began to be accompanied by a dozen performers who started the jumps. They did not stop until the end.
Candy followed her, and the public sang a cappella along with Candy. A camera was following Candy in the background. Images of strong visual value were projected on the side screens. One of the main dishes was 'Bizcochito. He sang the 'tarara,' which was so popular with the Almerian public.
It took some time to achieve the right sound settings for the first song, but it was easy to forget about any problems by the third song. Songs like "La Fama", one of the most iconic songs on the album, were also possible. The album would not have been complete without 'The Weekend,' who was unable to be there for obvious reasons. She was just 8 years old when the artist recalled her trip to Almeria and declared herself a huge fan of David Bisbal. Almeria was a land she called "of art", and she then sang the song "Dolerme" while playing the guitar.
"Motomami" featured spectacular central shots. The dancers formed a human motorcycle, which Rosalia used to climb to sing.
Rosalia, who was passing the microphone to an admirer on "The Night of Last Night", brought one of the most memorable moments of the night. It was also the most popular song in the country. Also, 'Diablo' is where the red lights come into play. This scene also features Rosalia cutting her hair extensions.
The hit song 'Hentai" featured a piano on stage, creating a wonderful atmosphere with its melodies. Due to its erotic metaphors, the song caused controversy. Rosalia's melodic voice brought a momentary slowness to the stage, which slowed down everyone for a few seconds. One of the most well-known hits was accompanied by the choirs of public velvety.
"The bad desire" was also present. "El techo de su mira" and "Malamente", with their flamenco rhythms, dazzled both the older faithful and those who knew her less.
Two unreleased songs were released by the Catalan artist exclusively for Almeria. The first is 'Aislamiento', a flamenco song with motomamic nuances. The second is a short version of 'Blinding lights’ by The Wrekend. The second theme was not given a title during the performance. The audience was moved by 'Como un G,' and Chicken Teriyaki stirred the crowd to finish with 'Cuuuute. The world tour premiere was a huge success and left no one behind.