Canciones de rosario flores

Canciones de rosario flores

Canciones de rosario flores

Canciones de rosario flores 2021

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Rosario del Carmen González Flores[1] más conocida como Rosario Flores (pronunciación española: [roˈsaɾjo floɾes]; nacida el 4 de noviembre de 1963) es una cantante y actriz española ganadora de dos premios Grammy Latinos.
Nació en Madrid, España, como hija de Antonio González (‘El Pescaílla’) y la famosa cantante Lola Flores. Es hermana de la cantante Lolita Flores y del cantautor Antonio Flores. Tiene una hija con su ex novio Carlos Orellana. Su segundo hijo, Pedro Antonio, nació el 21 de enero de 2006, el mismo día que su abuela Lola Flores. Rosario y Pedro Lazaga, su pareja y padre de su segundo hijo, se conocieron durante el rodaje de la película Hable con ella, de Pedro Almodóvar, en 2001.

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Also in 2001 she was co-starring actress in the film Hable con ella directed by Pedro Almodóvar with the Argentinian Darío Grandinetti. In the film, Rosario Flores plays Lidia, a bullfighter who suffers an injury and is left in a coma.
Given the success of the album, in 2009 a special edition of Grandes éxitos en directo was released, the concert recorded at the Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona, which includes special collaborations with Diego el Cigala, “La Mari” from Chambao, Antonio Carmona, Paulina Rubio, Coti and her sister Lolita.
He continued in the second installment of the program La voz in 2013, placing fourth with a new musical bet, called Amaya.[17] Later his appearance in the children’s version of the Dutch format La voz Kids was confirmed. She released new album in 2013 called Rosario, with the launch single “Yo me niego”, with sounds of soul, rhythm and blues, British pop and her flamenco roots. The song was composed in collaboration with Claudia Brant, Argentinian singer-songwriter, and was produced by Andrés Saavedra, multi-awarded music producer.[18]


In Rosario’s words, “This album is like a renewal, it shows a renewed Rosario with a change of attitude, of maturity. In the gestation of this album I have included new resources that I had not paid attention to before, I have worked with producers with whom I had never imagined I would collaborate. When I finished it I realized that I’m in front of a fresh album, with a lot of energy, to dance and feel it live, so see you at the concerts!”
Single that gives title to the album and first cut extracted from the homonymous full-length. Loaded with good vibes, with the energy that despite the times we are living have inspired this consecrated artist, with the emotions that emanate from her art and talent. A single in which she vindicates her “Gipsy Funky” style, and where she turns everything we already know about her upside down.
It is a song by José Alma, son of José el Francés and Chonchi Heredia, a complete artist, singer and author, who has grown from the hand of Rosario, she fell madly in love with this song the first time José presented it to her with the news that he had written it for her.

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La vida es otra cosa’ comes after the release last December of “Te lo digo todo y no te digo na’, and is the second track that is extracted from Rosario’s new album, which will be released at the end of April.
An album, which in the words of the singer, “is like a renewal”, shows a renewed Rosario with a change of attitude, of maturity. “Once finished I have realized that I am in front of a fresh disc, with a lot of energy, to dance it and to feel it in the live”, emphasizes the winner of the Ondas Award to the best feminine disc 2003 for ‘Parte de mí’.

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