La Rosalia and Billie Elish join voices to create this musical phenomenon, find out here!

This is Billie Eilish's first Spanish song and what better featuring than with the iconic Rosalia. We tell you everything in this article!

The wait to see and hear Rosalía and Billie Eilish singing together is over, and the first surprise of Lo you are going to forget is to hear, more or less, Billie Eilish sings intermittently in Spanish. A song where the two ways of the singing characteristic of both are assembled: a rather downcast-sad one of the North American and another more sanguine and spirited of the Catalan star.

What you are going to forget is leisurely halftime performed by the two singers dressed as is customary for them, with stratospheric nails of rigor and in excellent sound production. In any case, it is a composition that has all the hallmarks of being part of a soundtrack, and it is helped by a disturbing but magnificent video made by the American Nabil Elderkin, who bets on weightless atmospheres and chiaroscuro.

It has, perhaps, an air that recalls Dolerme, the song that Rosalía surprisingly published at the end of March of last year in full confinement, and that emerged, as she explained at the time on Twitter, because “I have lost track of time; I decided that I wasn't going to think about it too much and that I was going to put my energy and my heart into doing something for others in my way. "

Until today, little else was known about the song except for the fifteen seconds that the video lasted that both posted last Tuesday on social networks where the American singer appears between chiaroscuro but "little" musical information. On that occasion, Rosalía, 48 hours ago, posted on her Instagram account that "you have been waiting for this", while her colleague and friend wrote that something very similar.

 Although you are going to forget it is the first song in Spanish officially published by Billie Eilish, it does have the material in the form of home recordings on the internet in Spanish, such as a version of Eres tú by the Mexican Carla Morrison.

With this collaboration, Rosalía continues one of the lines that have characterized her intense activity since three years ago she published El Mal Querer, which is to collaborate and interact with artists from different fields, and in the musical field, of varied styles. Last year, for example, the certified surprising and successful “joint ventures” with Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, or The Weeknd.

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