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In the song "La Fama" by ROSALÍA and The Weeknd, the artists reflect on the dangers of fame and its tendency to be a "bad lover" that will never truly love you. They warn that fame is too treacherous and will leave you as quickly as it comes. They also reflect on their own experience with fame, and how it has left them unable to think or sleep. They ultimately conclude that they will never fully trust fame, and that if they want to sleep with it, they will, but they will never marry it.
ROSALÍA is a Spanish singer, songwriter, and record producer from Barcelona, Spain. She is best known for her flamenco-influenced pop music, which combines traditional Spanish sounds with modern electronic music. ROSALÍA has released 3 studio albums, Los Ángeles (2017), El Mal Querer (2018), Motomami (2022), all of which have been critically acclaimed and have earned her numerous awards and nominations. She has collaborated with a variety of artists, including Pharrell Williams, J Balvin, and Billie Eilish. ROSALÍA has become one of the most influential artists in the Latin music scene, and her music has been praised for its unique blend of traditional and modern sounds.