Latin • 1h 4m
On October 5, 2022, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Eight-Time Latin GRAMMY Award and GRAMMY Award Winner Rosalía for an intimate conversation in the Museum’s 200-seat Clive Davis Theater, to discuss the making of her latest critically-acclaimed album MOTOMAMI, her creative process, musical influences, and more.
Rosalía is a Eight-Time Latin GRAMMY Award and GRAMMY Award Winner who has quickly “leapt to the forefront of the global pop landscape” on the strength of her innovative musical fusions and distinctive style. Her latest album, MOTOMAMI, was released to critical and commercial acclaim. Currently MOTOMAMI is the number one reviewed album of 2022 on Metacritic. She has repeatedly shattered barriers for both female and Spanish language artists, while being widely hailed as: “a complicated genius … reflecting femininity and strength... a new generation leader...making Flamenco a globalphenomenon... while becoming Earth’s Most Exciting Pop Star.” With the May 2018 release of Rosalía’s innovative breakthrough single “Malamente (Cap.1: Augurio)” - and the fall arrival of her landmark album El Mal Querer, fans worldwide quickly embraced Rosalía’s phenomenal vocal capability meshed with her now fully realized fusion of classic Flamenco and other timeless music styles of Spain, with R&B, hip-hop, contemporary Latin-American rhythms and electronic beats. El Mal Querer garnered a GRAMMY Award, standout GRAMMY performance, the historic first-ever Best New Artist GRAMMY nomination for a Spanish Language artist, and eight Latin GRAMMYs, including Album of the Year.
Rosalía is currently on her MOTOMAMI World Tour, a massive live run with 46 shows across 15 countries.
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