Rosalía Brings Back Her Flamenco On New Song 'Juro Que': Watch

Ruven Afanador

Rosalía photographed on Sept. 3, 2019 at The 1896 in ­Brooklyn.

The musical diversity of Rosalia has surprised us again. The Spanish singer just released "Juro Que" today (Jan. 23), returning to a flamenco sound.

"Juro Que," which translated into English means "I swear that," is a song in which Rosalia projects the feelings of a person who has lost the love of her life because he was arrested and taken from her side. She’ll do whatever takes to be next to him again.

The song premiered alongside a music video directed by Tanu Muino; the clip is the perfect dramatization of loneliness, despair and the helplessness of not being able to solve a problem.

This year, Rosalía holds two Grammy nominations: she's up for best Latin rock, urban or alternative album, as well as best new artist. The singer will perform during the big event as well.

Rosalía has been also confirmed for Billboard and Telemundo’s Latinfest+ taking place in Las Vegas, NV.

Watch the new video below.