Today Rosalía presented “Isolation”, an unreleased song, and triumphed in Chile amid shouts of “I approve, I approve” from the public, alluding to the mandatory referendum on August 4 in which Chileans will decide whether to approve or reject a Constitution that replace that of the dictatorship.
Before a packed auditorium, the interpreter surprised the audience with a song that she said she had been left out of her last album but “that she really wanted to sing.”
Something she did after observing a poster among the public that asked her to sing “Catalina”, a flamenco tune for which Rosalía asked for absolute silence from the pavilion, which became a real tomb to enjoy her voice “a cappella”.
Minutes before, one of the spectators had raised the temperature of the show by throwing a book by the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral and which the singer picked up luckily for the launcher, who, at Rosalía’s question, identified himself as Felipe and was fortunate that the singer will invite you to share microphone.
One of the highlights of the two-hour concert was when Rosalía picked up a Chilean flag and wrapped herself in it, to the cheers of the crowd, and when she also put on a hat with the blue, white and red of the Chilean flag. , making the Moviestar Arena roar with excitement.
The other when the thousands of spectators began to shout “I approve, I approve”, in reference to the new Constitution, to the surprise of the Spanish singer, who seemed not to be aware of the crucial political moment that Chile is experiencing, a country that she had already visited in 2019 for the local edition of Lollapalooza.