Rosalía and Travis Scott Share New Song and Video ‘TKN’

Rosalía and Travis Scott have released a new song and video called ‘TKN’. The video was directed by Nicolás Méndez aka CANADA. Check it out below.

This isn’t the first collaboration between the Spanish pop singer and Houston rapper; last year, Rosalía appeared in a remix of Travis Scott’s ‘HIGHEST IN THE ROOM’ with Lil Baby.

“Travis is an artist who I’ve admired a lot since the beginning of his career and I can’t imagine a better artist to collaborate with on this song,” Rosalía said in a statement announcing the track on Thursday. “I hope ‘TKN’ gives you energy, makes you dance, and gives you strength if you’re going through difficult times,” she added.

Rosalía further discussed the collaboaration in an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe:

“You know that there artists that when they come into the room, everybody like gets smaller. But with Travis, it’s not like that. It’s not like that,” she said. “Everybody flows with him, he’s flowing and it’s beautiful like that. And I think that he’s very special and that we had a lot of fun. And also I think that he has lots of layers . . . Like, I think as an artist, what makes his art and his work so good, I think it’s because he has so much layers in his personality, not just as an artist.”

Rosalía’s last album was 2018’s EL MAL QUERER, while Scott’s most recent album was ASTROWORLD, also released in 2018.

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