Rosa will be back with a bang on the Spanish music scene as she will be releasing her latest album Promesa in October. The Andalusian singer from Granada shot to fame in Spain back in 2001 when she competed in the 1st edition of Operación Triunfo, going on to win the talent show and represent Spain at the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Europe's living a celebration. Since then success has followed her everywhere, thus achieving fame, name and glory.
Rosa will be releasing her 5th album next October. She has enjoyed success and popularity since her debut days in Operación Triunfo. She went on to win the ¡Mira quién Baila! dance contest on TVE1 and was chosen this year to represent Spain at the Eurovision Dance Contest in Glasgow. Unfortunately she didn't get the chance to show off her dancing skills to the European viewers as TVE withdrew from the contest.
Promesa will be Rosa's 5th album, where she has covered many international pop-rock hits and thus come up with the Spanish cover versions of all time classic hits. Júrame, the Spanish version of Promise me by Beverly Craven, will be first single released from this album. Jordi Cristau is the producer of the album which has been recorded at the Groove Studios in Figueres and at Music Lanin Avinyonet de Puigventòs. Apart from Júrame, the album also includes Spanish cover versions of songs by internationally acclaimed artists such as Diana Ross, Chris De Burgh, Black, The Scorpions, Michael Bolton, Lionel Richie, Whitney Houston and Whitesnake.
You can listen to Júrame below: