Rauw Alejandro dedicates his new song to Rosalía and reveals details of their breakup: ‘I didn’t see this coming to an end’
11.08.2023 - 04:11
Rauw Alejandro confirmed the rumors that had been circulating for days: his relationship with Rosalía had come to an end. The singer was clear in stating that this decision had nothing to do with rumors of infidelity, as he vehemently denied there was a third person in their relationship.
A few days later, the Spanish artist broke her silence to express her affection for her ex and to request respect for both of them. Now, amidst the speculations stemming from their breakup, the Puerto Rican artist has released a new song that not only sheds light on what happened with the “Motomami” but reveals the lingering feelings he still has for her.The song in question is “Hayami Hana (By Raúl),” a phrase in Japanese that translates to “a woman of great beauty, unusual and somewhat rare” in Spanish.
The lyrics, possibly the most personal in Rauw’s songs, delve into detail for over 5 minutes about the relationship he shared with the Catalan singer.Revealing his most vulnerable side, Raúl (the singer’s real name) shared his feelings after their separation: “Just in case we never speak again, and my favorite eyes don’t look at me again, I’m making this for when you want to remember the crazy one who truly loved you,” the song begins in Spanish.In the lyrics, Rauw confesses that he won’t put up a strong facade, “there are a couple of things I want to get off my chest,” he sings. He also makes it clear that those who speculate about the reasons for their breakup “don’t know a damn thing.” “We’ve argued.
It’s hard for me to express myself, you already know all my shortcomings. I also have to put up with your things, but the thought of giving up never crossed my mind,” sings the singer, who laments that relationships don’t last as long
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