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Reactions To ‘Dolerme’, Rosalía’s New Song

Rosalía has released a new theme to encourage quarantine due to the coronavirus. The artist returns with ‘Dolerme’, a song published on Tuesday, March 24 that has delighted confinement for fans. These eagerly awaited material from the Catalan after the premiere of ‘Juro Que’ last January. The track already has more than 800,000 views on YouTube and just one day after its publication it has reached the number one position in Trends de la platform in Spain. The singer also shared her work on Twitter, where she took the opportunity to send a message of support in light of the situation in Spain. The star stated that she herself is also in quarantine and wanted to acknowledge the work of those who are “leaving the skin away from home ”. Rosalía acknowledged that she has lost “the notion of time” and that she has focused on “doing something for others”. “I know that what I do as an artist may seem expendable, for some it will be, but for me being able to make music is mental health. This song is called ‘Dolerme’ and I hope it makes you feel a little better like I did when I did it “He explained through social networks. As expected, the publication of the song, produced by El Guincho and Frank Dukes, has caused a furor on Twitter, where many users have appreciated this gesture by their idol in such a situation hard. “The best gift for this quarantine,” wrote an Internet user along with a funny meme. Similar reactions have flooded the aforementioned social network. looped since the topic came up hurt me it hurts that I can’t hear the song in my car for the quarantine i love rosalia pic.twitter.com/ZbCORQigf1

– ricardoa (@ ricardo45340404) March 24, 2020 Rosalía – Dolerme .. me encaaaaa🤍— 👧🏼 (@xoxoforeve) March 25, 2020 help I can not with @rosalia , I have been happy with the quarantine and life with Dolerme— paula lópez (@pauulalopeez) March 24, 2020 My God, my mother, with Rosalía’s pain, the most beautiful surprise of this confinement— EL HUGO (@elhugobf) March 24, 2020 The diva has composed the song during the confinement for COVID-19, so at the moment it does not have a video clip but it does have a cover. This is an illustration by Jonny Negron in which a woman with long dark hair appears, apparently the singer, wearing long nails and posing next to a mask. ‘Dolerme’ is the second song that Rosalía launches in 2020 after ‘I swear that ‘. The video clip for the single, starring actor Omar Ayuso, already has more than 22 million productions on YouTube. Although on that occasion he opted for the purest flamenco, in his latest work he has opted for pop and rock to give rhythm to a letter that deals with heartbreak. Complete lyrics of ‘Dolerme’For all those times I put myself behind and I traded mine for what you wanted. For all those times I got behind and I changed what was mine for what you wanted. Those bixis that you now have baby don’t know that … Those bixis that you now have baby don’t know that … What awaits them, what awaits them, what awaits them. I no longer know why he does not want to hurt me, I accelerate to see if I can crash. Read more I want you to see it and do not think about stopping me and so you show that you have been able to forget me. Or why don’t you do your part too? Step on it and let go of the wheel, so that I don’t have to go looking for you once again because I know you won’t be able to dare. Hurry, hurry, hurry, not tomorrow, I tear my shirt off. Hurry, hurry, hurry, not tomorrow, I tear my shirt off. I no longer know why he does not want to hurt me, I accelerate to see if I can crash, I want you to see it and do not think about stopping me and thus you demonstrate that you have been able to forget me. Or why don’t you do your part too? Step on it and let go of the wheel, so that I don’t have to go looking for you once again because I know you won’t be able to dare. I don’t know why he doesn’t want to hurt me anymore. I don’t know why he doesn’t want to hurt me. More stories that may interest you:

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