Spanish Pop Star Takes Mexico by Storm with Zócalo Concert
PULSE NEWS MEXICO
Although she performed for just a little more an hour, Spanish pop singer Rosalía — AKA Motomami — won over the more than 160,000 fans who turned out for her open-air concert in Mexico City’s Zócalo plaza on Friday, April 29.
The 30-year-old singer, who is originally from Catalonia, arrived nearly half an hour late to the concert, and abruptly ended her performance after one hour and 10 minutes.
The much-anticipated event, which was sponsored by Mexico City Governor Claudia Sheinbaum as part of a springtime celebration (and also to help win support for her 2024 presidential bid), included performances of some of Rosalía’s biggest hits, such as “Chicken Teriyaki” and “Malamente.”