Rosalía, rising flamenco-pop superstar, has released a video featuring two new tracks under the name "F*cking Money Man." Known for her visual storytelling and over-the-top themes, the two-song video suite doesn't disappoint.

The first of the two songs, titled “Milionaría,” is inspired by Catalan rumba and features Rosalía as a contestant on a 90's game show, complete with a money booth, scrunchies, and corny fonts. The second part of the video, featuring a song titled “Dio$ No$ Libre del Dinero,” is a dramatic shift in tone. The singer gives a TV performance while standing in a different kind of money booth, surrounded by a ring of fire as dollar bills rain around her. She also traded a fuzzy pink crop top for a black and gold Moschino ensemble from the fall 2019 collection that, incidentally, was presented in a runway show that was also game show-themed.

"One day you want to be a millionaire and the next day burn everything, in reality, how much does money matter?" Rosalía explained in a press release, as reported by Billboard. "It seems so pure to look for it as to deny it, and I think we've all felt love-hate for money once."

The release comes hot on the heels of the single "Aute Cuture," which was released along with a campy video which quickly went viral, in which Rosalía stars as the leader of the "Beauty Gang," who open a nail salon in a small town. While Rosalía's fur, latex, and western ensembles impress, it's her gold talons that really steal the show, and she and her gang of rogue manicurists proceed to give everyone in town bedazzled acrylics of their own.

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Portada de Aute Cuture 💅🏼para celebrar 🎉🎉🎉🎉 Hoy hace un año que saqué Malamente. Hoy hace un año que mi vida cambió con este tema que me permitió conectar con tantas personas... Fue gracias a mis amigos y mi familia q pude emprender El Mal Querer. Aún no puedo creer que haga solo un año cuando por poco me moría de los nervios pk estaba arriesgándolo todo por este proyecto. Ha sido 1 año en el que he intentado no dejar escapar una sola oportunidad y trabajar durísimo. Y estoy super agradecida x todo lo q me ha venido y todas las personas q me han ayudado. Cada día q pasa doy las gracias de teneros apoyandome 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Mi musica ni nada de esto tendria sentido sin vosotros Mañana Aute Cuture vamossssssss💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼 ————— Cover art for Aute Cuture to celebrate 🎉🎉🎉🎉 One year ago today Malamente was released. One year ago today my life changed with this song which allowed me to connect to so many people... It was thanks to my friends and my family that I could undertake El Mal Querer. I still can’t believe that just one year ago I was so nervous because I was risking everything for this project. It has been one year in which i have tried to not let one opportunity go by and work hard. I am so grateful for everything that has come my way. Every day that goes by I give thanks to have you all supporting me 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 My music and none of this would have meaning without you all. Tomorrow Aute Cuture let’s gooooooo 💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼

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After her more mainstream pop releases, like "Aute Cuture" and "Con Altura," "F*cking Money Man" marks a return to Rosalía's signature experimental flamenco sound, mixing the traditional Spanish genre with R&B and electronic elements. The pop phenomenon has proved herself to be a force to be reckoned with, and she shows no signs of slowing down.