Rosalía performed Se nos roto el amor, by Rocío Jurado, a tribute to flamenco music with which she kicked off the 24th Latin Grammy gala, the first to be held in Seville. The Catalan artist appeared accompanied by a dozen flamenco guitars and as many clappers, dressed in a black dress with a train and a low neckline and showy gold earrings. Like a tonadillera, she performed a heartfelt performance on the stage, decorated for the occasion with a translucent white fabric that wrapped it in intimacy.
The artist from Sant Esteve de Sesrovires arrives at this gala with Despechá, a song that is up for the recording of the year award and that was already played in the previous edition (Hentai and La fame also did), when Rosalía won four awards, including the best album by Motomami, in a ceremony held in Las Vegas that is remembered for the twerking that Rosalía dedicated to her then partner, Rauw Alejandro, who will also perform tonight in Seville.
In total, there are 12 Latin Grammys that the artist has won, the only one recognized twice with album of the year. Since the last edition she has published the songs Bizcochito and LLYLM as well as RR, the EP where she sang with Rauw Alejandro, and which included the songs Promesa, Beso and Vampiros.