There are only a few hours left for Futbol Club Barcelona and Real Madrid to face each other under the Spotify Camp Nou spotlight. For this match, the scarlet blue outfit will not take the pitch with the streaming music giant's logo on the front, but will wear Rosalía's famous 'Motomami'. The Catalan and the club made this union official this week through their profiles on social networks, where the interpreter of Saoko uploaded a photo of her limited edition Barça shirt. Now she has posed again with this garment on TikTok, and she has done it by reversing the popular club anthem with her 'Motomami'.
The truth is that this milestone is not a matter of a single game, since it also transfers to the women's team, which will wear the same shirt in the next F League classic, which will be held on Saturday, March 25 at the Johan Cruyff stadium. . Already in the past the Club had worn the logo of another renowned artist. The first was that of the Canadian rapper Drake, interpreter of songs like Hotline Bling or In My Feelings. It was in the classic on October 16, 2022. The interpreter celebrated so he was the first to reach 50,000 million views on Spotify.
A few hours after 'El clásico', the Catalan artist wanted to cheer on her team. The reality is that Rosalía has always shown to be very culé. The one from Sant Esteve Sesrovires has expressed on more than one occasion that she has always been a follower of the Barcelona team, so during this Sunday she shared a video with a new version of the anthem - with the kit on -, which has revolutionized social networks in a few minutes.
It is a song that has not left anyone indifferent, since it has used the tone of the anthem but instead of using its traditional lyrics, it has limited itself to using the word 'Motomami'. "Please make the new Barça anthem", asks a user on Twitter. "I'm going to sing that next time in the stadium," said another tweeter. "This is the anthem of all the motomamis," wrote a follower of the artist on TikTok. Some users have also joked about the situation. "Rosalía I love you very much but I cannot like this that I am from Madrid," said another Internet user.
As we said, it is not the first time that a singer joins the team of his life through fashion. Drake already did it, but also Ed Sheeran, who announced that he would be the new sponsor of the historic English team Ipswich Town and that, in some way, he would contribute his bit to the design. "The third kit is a sleek opaque style with unique sleeves and a short panel style. It incorporates tonal versions of the graphic found on Ed Sheeran's Equals album cover," the club said earlier in the season.