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Behind the scenes of Vampiros: Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro’s stunning Barcelona music video

Behind the scenes of Vampiros: Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro’s stunning Barcelona music video
María López

María López

Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro are going through one of their best musical and personal moments. Both artists released several weeks ago RR, an EP where they talk about their relationship going through the past, the present and the future.

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They promised to release a videoclip for each RR song and so far, they are more than delivering: this Thursday Vampires was released, with both artists transformed into “bloodsuckers” as they stroll through the streets of Raval. In the video, the couple appears dressed in crucifixes and ostentatious coats as they wander around Barcelona. They then enter the mythical bar Marsella, a place frequented in the past by names such as Picasso.

The music video is directed by Stillz, a young man of Colombian and American origin who, despite his young age (23 years old), has already directed videos for artists as important as Bad Bunny (Yo perreo sola), Karol G or Miley Cyrus. On the other hand, in the production we find Canada, an old acquaintance of Rosalía’s filmography.

If you don’t want to miss anything of what Rauw and Rosalía sing in Vampiros, here are the complete lyrics:

My pistol

No safety catch, self-triggering

He is from Barcelona, but he is in Carola

She’s not a follower, she’s the wave My Gun

No safety catch, self-triggering

He is from Barcelona, but he is in Carola

She is not a follower, she is the wave.

We’ve got the street on fire

We leave at night, we arrive during the day.

My baby close to me, my baby close to me

It never really mattered what anyone said.

You know that tonight we went down the drain, eh?

You’re the one who gets it right

You know we’re going down the drain tonight, hey

You’re the one who gets in the most

Where is the night ‘tá pesá’?

Baby, follow me, let’s go over there.

Where is the night ‘tá pesá’?

My cat liked it and now she’s juiced.

Roll down the window to let the smoke out

Spirits scare them away

Every weekend the moon escorts me

Of darkness, of evil (Oh)

We’ve got the street on fire

We leave at night, we arrive during the day.

My baby close to me, my baby close to me

It never really mattered what anyone said.

The itchy, spicy, wasabi

I am natural, wabi-sabi

She’s like Don, I’m Daddy

This joint pays for all the Ferrari

There is no equal like you and me

Sharpened metal fangs

Vampires playing now forever, we are immortal

And you know that tonight we’re going down the drain

You’re the one who gets it right

You know that tonight we went down the drain (Ah!)

You’re the one who gets in the most

Where is the night ‘tá pesá’?

Hey, I’m going there with my cat (Hey)

Where the night ‘tá pesá’?

Guayado with my cat I’m already addicted

Ah ah ah ah ah ah

Ah ah ah ah ah ah

Ah ah ah ah ah ah

Ah ah ah ah ah

life returns us

It is said that you have to break

That time should not be wasted

Not just the first break

Whoever has the smoke, take a break

If you don’t use the ego

You’ll make God shine

Follow the scent of Judas

And it is that he scares you

The only thing left is Promesa: will there finally be a wedding?

While kiss served to show us Rosalía and Rauw during the early stages of their relationship, now in Vampiros we see how the couple is doing today. The union of these two Latin music heavyweights has made them an unstoppable force, as demonstrated by the success of Beso and the success that Vampiros is sure to reap.

Now, the only loose end left is Pledge. In this bolero they tell us their yearnings and desires for the future, as well as affirming that they still have a promise to keep. If we take into account the end of Beso, with Rosalía’s tears and the ring she shows on camera, the wedding is closer than ever.

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María López

María López

Artist by vocation and technology lover. I have liked to tinker with all kinds of gadgets for as long as I can remember.

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