Rosalía - El Mal Querer album mp3
El mal querer (English: The Bad Loving) is the second studio album by Spanish singer Rosalía, released on 2 November 2018 through Sony Music. The album was written by Rosalía and co-produced with El Guincho, who would also participate in the composition of some themes. Presented as experimental and conceptual, revolving around a toxic relationship, the album was inspired by the anonymous 13th-century Occitan novel Flamenca.
Artist: ROSALÍA Album: El Mal Querer Release: 2018 Country: Spain Genre: Pop Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 1 MALAMENTE (Ca. : Augurio) 2 QUE NO SALGA LA LUNA (Ca. : Boda) 3 PIENSO EN TU MIRÁ (Ca. : Celos) 4 DE AQUÍ NO SALES (Ca. : Disputa) 5 RENIEGO (Ca. : Lamento) 6 PRESO (Ca. . Country: Spain Genre: Pop Quality: mp3, 320 kbps. Tracklist: 1 MALAMENTE (Ca. : Clausura) 7 BAGDAD (Ca. : Liturgia) 8 DI MI NOMBRE (Ca. : Éxtasis) 9 NANA (Ca. : Concepción) 10 MALDICIÓN (Ca. 0: Cordura). 11 A NINGÚN HOMBRE (Ca. 1: Poder). Download Album ROSALÍA - El Mal Querer (2018) Free
Her stardom was definitely aided by the song’s video, in which she executes slick choreography while wearing a fluffy fake-fur jacket and tracksuit as a kind of Spanish answer to Rihanna. A studious sense of tradition pervades Rosalía’s approach on El Mal Querer. The narrative of the album is based on The Romance of Flamenca, a manuscript from the 13th century about a woman whose lover keeps her locked up in a tower- el mal querer can be translated to something like the bad desire. Perhaps this is a defiant rejoinder to those who might be resistant to a new take on a timeworn style.
Rosalía’s new album, El Mal Querer, is less rigorous than its predecessor, though even easier to like. Los Ángeles adhered closely to the structures of flamenco, with careful guidance from the producer Raul Refree. El Mal Querer drifts more freely, demanding less understanding of a specific musical tradition, thanks in part to production from Pablo Díaz-Reixa, whom English listeners may know for the albums he released under the name El Guincho
Rosalía’s new album, El Mal Querer, is less rigorous than its predecessor, though even easier to like. It’s also extremely effective. There is as much subtlety in both the compositions and production as there is drama, all of it imbued with restless soul via Rosalía's singular voice that marries the folk lineage of flamenco to 21st century styles and sounds, making El Mal Querer not only a provocative and original offering, but a magnificent one as well.
El Mal Querer, Rosalía’s riskiest project yet, shows that when it comes to genres like classic flamenco and electro-pop, her current musical inclination is a swinging pendulum, never fully skewing either which way. She’s been working on the album for a little over two years, investing what she gained and learned, both monetarily and artistically, from Los Ángeles into El Mal Querer, which will serve as a more global introduction.
ROSALÍA went through the album track by track with Beats 1. MALAMENTE (Cap. 1 Augurio) It’s a premonition-this moment when you know in the beginning of the story how it’s gonna end, but even then you go and do i. It's not enough that rising Spanish star ROSALÍA ingeniously blends traditional flamenco with contemporary pop on her second album-she also gets a narrative based on medieval literature in there, too. Inspired by Flamenca, a 13th century book about a woman imprisoned by her jealous fiancé thought to be the first modern novel, each of the 11 songs on this collaboration with producer El Guincho (Pablo Díaz-Reixa) serves as a chapter of a running story about a doomed relationship. ROSALÍA went through the album track by track with Beats 1.