The Spanish beauty looked radiant in a red latex two-piece, which consisted of matching pants and jacket. She paired the bright ensemble with a black bustier with gold chains and white high tops. Her long brown locks were up in a messy ponytail while singing her hits "Pienso En Tu Mirá," "A Ningún Hombre" and collaboration with James Blake, "Barefoot in the Park," among others.
"I come from Barcelona. Far, far away and it means so much for me and to my people to be sharing this with you," the singer emotionally said before dedicating the song "Catalina" to the crowd.
Entertaining the crowd with her Flamenco moves and passionate voice, Rosalía was a crowd favorite as she continued singing "Di Mi Nombre," her latest single with J Balvin and El Guincho "Con Altura," "Aute Cuture" and topping off the night with her mega-hit "Malamente."
The two-time Latin GRAMMY winner opened up to ET last year about taking risks with her music and feeling proud of being a female artist on the rise.
“I feel so grateful because I am doing the music that I feel comfortable doing," Rosalía told ET. "I know my music has risk. So if it connects with people, which I think is happening, I feel very grateful. I can't imagine anything better."
"As a songwriter, as a producer, not just as a musician, not just as an artist who goes on stage and sings, I feel proud. I feel happy," she said about being one of many women taking over Latin music. "This is something to celebrate, not just me, a lot of female artists, we are having visibility and a moment. I can feel that there are more girls nominated. This year something is happening."
Rosalía will kick off her El Mal Querer Tour on April 17 in Los Angeles. This marks her first-ever solo North American tour. She’ll return to Coachella on April 19 and then will make stops in San Francisco, New York and Toronto, Canada.
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