ROSALÍA - Juro Que

ROSALÍA – Juro Que


ROSALÍA - Juro Que

ROSALÍA – Juro Que


Artist Name:  ROSALÍA


Song Title:  Juro Que










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Director: Tanu Muino

Starring: Omar Ayuso


Creative Director: Pili y Rosalía

Producer: Montse Urniza

Commissioner/Co-Producer: Saul Levitz

Production Company: UnderWonder Content

Executive Producers: Frank Borin / Ivanna Borin

DOP: Nikita Kuzmenko

Production Designer: Jose Tirado

Editor: Tanu Muino

Colourist: Joseph Bicknell @ Company3 NYC

Service Company: StoryWeProduce Spain


Juro Que

Performer: ROSALÍA

Guitar: Joselito Acedo

Palmas: Macario Ibañez / Jose Alvaro Ibañez / Ane Jesús Carrasco Molina / JoséManuel Fernández (Tobalo) / Juan Carlos Gil / Miguel Tellez / Manuel Montes Saavedra /Antonio Montes Saavedra


Coros: Macario Ibañez / Jose Alvaro Ibañez / Ane Jesús Carrasco Molina / JoséManuel Fernández (Tobalo) / Juan Carlos Gil / Miguel Tellez / Anna Colom / Claudia Gómez / Manuel Montes Saavedra /

Antonio Montes Saavedra


Produced by El Guincho and Rosalía


Recorded by Morning Estrada and Pablo Díaz-Reixa at Aclam Records (Barcelona) and Angel Sound Studio (Barcelona)


Mixed by Jaycen Joshua for The Penua Project at Sphere Studios (North Hollywood, CA)

Mix Assistants: Mike Seaberg, Jacob Richards, and DJ Riggins


Mastered by Chris Athens


ROSALÍA unveils an eye-catching music video for the song entitled ‘Juro Que.’


She thrills with her vocal while the performance is impressive.


The diverse instrumental is inspirational, and the harmony is perfect.


ROSALÍA sings from the heart hastily.


Her style is unique and entertaining.



ROSALÍA releases new song and video “JURO QUE” (I Swear That).


The heart-breaking flamenco track is a deep lament, longing to reunite with a true love ripped from her arms and imprisoned.


ROSALÍA holds two Grammy Nominations: Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album and the first-ever BEST NEW ARTIST Nomination for an All-Spanish Language Artist.


Just days before her highly anticipated GRAMMY performance, Rosalía has once again surprised fans by adding another standout track to her prolific string of unexpected one-off song releases across the last year.


With “JURO QUE” (I Swear That), the groundbreaking flamenco & global pop fusion artist emotionally returns to her musical roots with a straight-up flamenco torch song, longing for the love of her life that was taken from her side and is now separated by prison walls.


“JURO QUE” also arrives with a Tanu Muino directed video that already set off a social media surge earlier this week, when an advance teaser post from Rosalía unveiled the co-starring role of fast-rising Spanish actor Omar Ayuso of the Netflix series “Elite.”



Que ya lleva mi niño preso más de cuatrocientos días / That my guy has been imprisoned for more than four hundred days


Le tenía abrazado en la cama cuando llegó la policía / I had him in my arms in bed when the police arrived


Ni un beso pude darle de despedida y eso me arde / I couldn’t kiss him goodbye and that’s burning me


Juro que, juro que, juro que, juro que / I swear that, I swear that, I swear that, I swear that


El tiempo que tu estés dentro yo te esperaré / The time you are inside I will wait for you


El tiempo que tu estés dentro yo te esperaré / The time you are inside I will wait for you


ROSALÍA + Ozuna - Yo x Ti Tu x Mi

ROSALÍA + Ozuna – Yo x Ti Tu x Mi







ROSALÍA + Ozuna - Yo x Ti Tu x Mi

ROSALÍA + Ozuna – Yo x Ti Tu x Mi






Artist Name:  ROSALÍA + Ozuna


Song Title:  Yo x Ti Tu x Mi











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Rosalía teams up with Ozuna to drop an amazing video for the song entitled ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi.’


Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi is a mix of a female vocal and a male vocal with pleasing dancehall beat.


The costumes are eye-catching with tempting colours while the choreography will excite the audience.




Rosalía Vila (also known as Rosalía) is Catalan-born, nuevo flamenco and Latin pop singer from Sant Esteve Sesrovires, Spain.


Her voice was described by no less a talent than flamenco guitarist Pepe Habichuela as “sharp and sweet, but with a bite, like the old ones.”


While her 2017 Los Angeles debut album garnered her attention from the U.S. public and earned her a Latin Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.


She has also been involved on the traditional music since her teens and has continued her other musical pursuits, from hip-hop to soul and pop.


She has collaborated with J. Balvin (Brillo), Pharrell (De Madrugá), El Guincho (El Mal Querer), James Blake (Barefoot in the park)…


Her music video for the pre-release single “Malamente” by Canada garnered 20 million views in Spain within three months; as well as 5 Latin Grammy nominations, and won 2 for Best Urban Fusion/Performance” and “Best Alternative Song.”


Its follow-up, “Pienso en Tu Mirá,” racked up another 15 million views in its first month or so. This is no mean feat since Spain’s population is only 46 million people.


Rosalia’s second full-length, “El Mal Querer”, was co-produced by herself and El Guincho. It was released in November of 2018. It debuted at number one on the Latin Pop Albums chart.




Juan Carlos Ozuna Rosado, professionally known as Ozuna, is a reggaeton singer and songwriter from Puerto Rico who writes positive, uplifting songs that encourage people to work toward their dreams while avoiding the use of profanity out of respect for his daughter.


He made his breakthrough in 2016 with the single “La Ocasion,” which peaked in the Top 30 of the Hot Latin Songs chart, and continued with a string of high-profile collaborations before issuing his debut, Odisea, in 2017.


A songwriter since the age of 12, he grew up in Puerto Rico, later spending time in New York City before his career took off.


In 2014, he signed a record contract and began posting songs online.


By 2015, songs such as “Si Tu Marido No Te Quiere” had become radio hits across Latin America, and he’d performed concerts in numerous countries.


In early 2016, he joined DJ Luian, Mambo Kingz, De la Ghetto, Arcángel, and Anuel AA on the track “La Ocasion,” which kicked off a modest chart run for the nascent performer. Months later, he released a remix of his song “No Quiere Enamorarse,” which featured superstar Daddy Yankee. The song racked up millions of streaming views.


He followed with “Dile Que Tu Me Quieres,” “Si Tu Marido No Te Quiere [Remix],” and “En la Intimidad,” all of which charted in the Top 30.


In 2017, he delivered his full-length debut album, Odisea, which featured guest appearances by De la Ghetto, Anuel AA, J Balvin, and others. Included on the album were the singles “Tell Him That You Love Him,” “Your Photo,” and “A Flower.”


In September, the album peaked at number one on the Top Latin Albums chart.


He also contributed to a handful of collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Wisin, J Balvin, Chris Jeday, and others. One of the most high-profile duets was 2018’s “La Modelo” with American rapper Cardi B, which marked Ozuna’s first entry on the Hot 100. His sophomore effort, Aura, arrived later that year and peaked in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200.

~ Paul Simpson & Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi


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