The 28-year-old Spanish songstress’ visit to Studio 8H included a sassy delivery of her new dance-ready Latin trap song “Chicken Teriyaki” and a theatrical take on “La Noche De Anoche,” her collaboration with The Weeknd. (The R&B superstar didn’t make an appearance during the show.)
Both tracks will appear on Rosalía’s new album, MOTOMAMI, which is slated for release on March 18 through Columbia Records. The upcoming project follows her 2018 Latin Grammy-winning El Mal Querer, which reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart and won five Latin Grammys, including album of the year and best contemporary pop vocal album.
The Batman star Zoë Kravitz hosted the March 12 episode of the NBC sketch comedy show.
Earlier in the week, Rosalía made her U.S. talk show debut with an appearance on The Tonight Show. During the episode, the singer briefly spoke about her forthcoming album. “I feel like MOTOMAMI is an energy,” she said, jokingly dubbing Fallon a “motopapi.”