panish singer-songwriter Rosalía unreleased album project ‘MOTOMAMI’ reportedly leaked online.
‘MOTOMAMI’ is Rosalía’s third studio album. It is scheduled for release in 2022. The album was preceded by El Mal Querer and Los Ángeles released 2018 and 2017 respectively. Presented as conceptual, experimental and “her most personal and confessional album so far”, it is scheduled to include vocal appearances by Tokischa, Frank Ocean, Tego Calderón, The Weeknd and Billie Eilish.
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When Rosalía appeared live on Spain’s Cadena SER radio network to present her album El mal querer in November 2018, everyone wanted to see what she had to say. Even the crew of the radio program La Ventana were eagerly awaiting the interview, something that, according to radio presenter Carles Francino, had never happened before, not even with such distinguished guests as Spanish prime ministers, Nobel prize winners or the actor Richard Gere.
Rosalía was 25 years old at the time and had two albums to her name. Her responses captivated the interviewers who praised her in hyperbolic terms, comparing the Barcelona-born artist to legendary Spanish copla singer Miguel de Molina. Francino said she had triumphed because she was “very good and very different” – paraphrasing the iconic Spanish poet Jaime Gil de Biedma.
Announced on November 2 through a video , MOTOMAMI is the name of the third studio album by the Spanish singer-songwriter, ROSALÍA , which will be released sometime during 2022 through Columbia Records .Like EL MAL QUERER , released in 2018, MOTOMAMI becomes a conceptual work “as a female figure that builds herself”, expressed by ROSALÍA herself in her interview with Rolling Stone Spain .
With a variety of sounds and influences such as classic bachata, reggaeton and flamenco, MOTOMAMI , likewise, becomes ROSALÍA ‘s most personal and transparent album , in addition to being named by herself “as a self-portrait”. Also, the album would be divided into two parts , this being “two sides of the same coin.” Being the first, “MOTO”, which reflects a famous ROSALÍA, accompanied by an experimental sound that reflects fictional and strong stories. While the “MOM” side would be full of nostalgia, confessions and vulnerability with sounds already known by the singer.
The title of the album is partly inspired by the company that the singer has created with her mother Pilar Tobella, “MOTOMAMI SL”, which is dedicated to activities related to the representation of artists covering acting talents, literature, advice image and management of social networks; besides music.
Rosalía is a fashion chameleon. Earlier this week, Rosalía posted an Instagram of herself in a yellow sunflower dress (by Heaven by Marc Jacobs) paired with chunky, lug-sole Prada loafers. It’s a look that could easily have been worn in the ’90s—the perfect mixture of cutesy and grungy. But don’t call that her style signature. Just a month prior, the singer also wore a pair of pink, frilly, over-the-knee boots by GCDS, styling it with an oversized white tee for more of a campy, girly vibe. Rosalía is the master of keeping us on our toes—and her shoes play a big part in this versatile approach to dressing.
Rosalía Vila Tobella, better known by her stage name Rosalía, is a singer and composer from Spain. Rosalía graduated with honors from Catalonia College of Music, thanks to her collaborative cover record Los Ángeles with Raül Refree and El Mal Querer’s baccalaureate project, which was co-produced by El Guincho on a low budget.
The project featured modern interpretations of flamenco mixed with pop and urban, which is what her music largely involves today. Her ascension into the worldwide music scene began with the publication of El Mal Querer, which received the Latin Grammy Award for Album of the Year and was included in Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Rosala’s first breakthrough single was Con Altura, a reggaeton-inspired piece that signified Rosala’s transition to urban music, which she co-wrote with J Balvin in 2019. It was rated one of the year’s best songs by Billboard and Pitchfork, and it was voted Best Urban Song by the Latin Recording Academy. It also gave her the nickname “La Rosalía” and her characteristic line.
Last year in Las Vegas, where she attended the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards as a Best New Artist nominee, Rosalía hit the studio with her friend Sky, the Colombian producer behind reggaetón heavyweight J. Balvin; the results of that session, a sparkling, flirtatious song called “Brillo,” ended up on Balvin’s album Vibras, which broke streaming records earlier this year. This past spring, Pharrell invited her to record with him in Los Angeles. Back in Spain, Oscar-winning writer-director Pedro Almodóvar recently recruited Rosalía for his next film, Dolor y Gloria, starring Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas.