Speaking about the collaboration in an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Rosalía said:
I mean, I always wanted to work with her. Since long time ago, I wanted to make music with her. And she knows I love her music, and she always supports me too. So I was like, “This song is inspired in Mambo, it’s inspired in musica Dominicana.” And she’s Dominican, so who else is going to understand this better than her? You know what I mean? And she knows it’s inspired in this type of music, inspired in Omega, this type of song is inspired in Omega… So she understands all of that is, it’s part of her. So I thought that it made complete sense. And she also loves the song. So I really love how she sounds when she rapping it sounds urgent. So when she’s singing it, it sounds fresh. So it’s really cool. …her energy’s like, oh, the strongest. Her energy’s super pure and strong. I think that everybody can feel that. It doesn’t matter if you have seen her on stage or you have just seen her through your phone, everybody feels it, because that’s how special she is.