València was last night one of the stops on the tour with which Raw Alejandro travels Spain within his international tour. The Puerto Rican, who has released two albums in just seven months and It has crept into the radios and playlists of half the planet at the stroke of a song In the middle of the pandemic, he gave the first great concert of the new normal.
At just 28 years old, the one from San Juan sweeps through social networks such as TikTok and on the ‘reels’ of Instagram, a platform where he accumulates more than 10 million followers. The king of viral dances showed all the artillery with which he works to achieve his throne among the monarchs of reggaeton.
The concert is a show of muscle without rest, a show away from all kinds of tinsel and production in which the rhythm is maintained by throwing one hit after another.
Without prior warm-up, the artist takes to the stage with the only company of some screens and his group of dancers. This is one of those world premiere tours in which artists travel the world almost frantically to show all their energy before the public.
The young reggaeton hold on stage without signs of fatigue despite the fact that during the hour and a half of the show there is no truce, breaks or moments to take a breath between songs.
In the case of the Valencian stop, it also marked the starting signal towards normality after the pandemic in autonomy that will be confirmed with the celebration of one of the great Valencian festivals, the Festival de les Arts.
Rosalía accompanied Rauw Alejandro
The visit of the singer of ‘Todo de ti’ to the capital of Túria coincides with the recent confirmation of his relationship with the Spanish artist Rosalía, with whom he was seen having dinner last Friday in Murcia and who attended the Puerto Rican’s concert at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona this Saturday.
The expectation was more than evident before the possible attendance of the interpreter of ‘Malamente’ to the concert in La Marina de València and the wishes of the fans were listened to. ‘La Rosalía’ was seen in the backstage of the South Auditorium stage, but although the Catalan remained off stage at all times while accompanying the technical team, the cameras were able to capture her image, unleashing a whirlwind of cheers among the public.