Fans React As Rosalía Drops MOTOMAMI Deluxe
Rosalia Performs In Madrid With Her Tour 'motomami World Tour'.
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Fans React As Rosalía Drops MOTOMAMI Deluxe

Caitlin Hamill September 12, 2022

On Friday (September 9), Rosalía dropped ‘MOTOMAMI+’, a deluxe version of her hit album ‘MOTOMAMI’ which has gained over 1 billion streams on Spotify.

The deluxe version of the album expands the original track list by eight songs. The album includes unreleased tracks titled ‘Thank Yu :)’, ‘AISLAMIENTO’, ‘LA KILIÉ’, ‘LAX’ and ‘CHIRI’.

The track list also includes the recently released, and incredibly catchy, single ‘DESPACHÁ’.

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‘MOTOMAMI+’ also features a remix of ‘CANDY’ which reimagines the song from the album, but with Puerto Rican artist Chencho Corleone. The album also includes a live recording of ‘LA FAMA’ from Palau Sant Jordi in Rosalía’s home city of Barcelona.

The deluxe version clocks in at one hour and one minute long, in comparison to the standard edition which comes in at 45 minutes.

After the release of ‘MOTOMAMI+’, fans took to Twitter to share their love for the album – with some demanding it wins a GRAMMY next year.

The singer is currently in the midst of her 46-date ‘MOTOMAMI world tour‘, where she has played cities such as Madrid, Mexico City, Bogotá and São Paolo. It is Rosalía’s biggest tour to date and will stop in London on December 15 at the O2 Arena.

Rosalía Challenge

Rosalía is currently going viral on TikTok with her incredibly infectious song ‘BIZCOCHITO’.

Videos are circulating on the app of Rosalía performing the song on her ‘MOTOMAMI tour’. The singer delivers major attitude during the introduction, as she stands with her hand on her hip, chewing gum while giving a judgmental glance.

The Rosalía Challenge currently has over 164 million views on the app, with users creating their own hilarious versions of the singer’s quirky choreography.

‘MOTOMAMI+’ is available to stream now.

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Caitlin is a freelance journalist who is currently studying journalism at Kingston University. She is an expert in entertainment news - especially music and film. Nominated for Most Promising Journalist in her first year, she has nothing but passion for writing.