“Spain’s energy is from another planet”

After the hurricane that paralyzed Madrid (we are talking about the concerts that Taylor Swift – 34 years old – gave at the Real Madrid temple on May 29 and 30) a new phenomenon is now arriving at the Santiago Bernabéu: that of Karol Gwhich at 33 years old will return to the capital on July 20, 21, 22 and 23 after turning ticket sales upside down and establishing itself as one of the current queens of Latin music.

The artist, who “since the middle of last year” has been working on her new studio album, is already warming up for these four concerts at the merengue venue: “In Spain it’s going to be very special because those four dates are going to be the last of the ‘Mañana Se Bonito World Tour’ worldwide”he said in his interview with Vogue Spain.

La ‘Bichota’ feels a special affection for the Spanish public and has confessed this: “Spain is among my top audiences. I feel that your energy is from another planet. And it is a thought that I have shared with other colleagues. People are in that vibe of partying, vacationing, enjoying everything.”

The interpreter of Provencewho made history – among other milestones – by becoming the first female artist to reach number one on the Billboard chart, has recognized what other Latin colleagues are also contributing to the music scene: “Together we created this new part of the story where there is this other point of view that people want to hear and want to see: how she says it, how a woman tells it”he said, about female stars like Becky G, Natti Natasha, Anitta or Rosalía herself.

For Shakira – who is also negotiating dates at the Bernabéu – the current winner of the Grammy for Best Urban Music Album also feels special admiration. He already fulfilled her dream of collaborating with her in March, by launching together TQG. In this topic, Shakira continued to vent about her drama with Piqué, while her compatriot did the same after her high-profile breakup with Anuel AA at the beginning of 2021.

Karol G has also recalled that her beginnings were not easy due to the fact of “being a woman”: “It was impossible to believe that, while you were working for something, you would come across comments where, because you were a woman, you had to enter into a kind of negotiation for it to work”. Thus, he maintains that when he began his career “There were people who said that a woman singing urban music or reggaeton was not good”.