Check out Rosalia!
The budding superstar covers the January 2021 issue of Vogue Magazine.
A name that’s hot on the lips of many, the singer has made a seismic mark on the Latin music scene and now looks poised to stage a global takeover.
Currently deep in the creative process for her forthcoming album, the 8-time Latin GRAMMY winner paired her stunning shoot (lensed by Annie Leibovitz) with insightful takes on recording her music, coping during the global health crisis, and more.
More from the 27-year-old Spaniard below…
On Being Separated From Her Family In Barcelona During The Global Health Crisis:
“My sister is my best friend, and now it’ll be a year since I’ve seen her.”
On How The Current Climate Has Helped Her Forthcoming Album:
“I needed to be at home. I needed all these hours, just doing this.” The record, expected out in 2021, is a constant work in progress; the night before, she was up writing lyrics in her hotel room.
On Status Of The LP:
“This is the moment, I think, where everything is flowing, I’m finishing the songs, and it feels different than the beginning of the year. Now I’m closing the cycle of these recordings, and I’m really happy with them.”
On Whether She’s Dating Anyone:
“But imagine! How? I compose, I produce, I write lyrics, I write the top lines, I play instruments. I swear to you, to do this, you have to apply all of your senses to it.”
On The Industry Needing To Uplift Women More:
“How many people talk about how Victoria Monét writes songs the way she does; how many people talk about Missy Elliott producing her own music? I hope with all of my heart that the new generation of women open a path up so that things are different. I’ll always render that figure of a strong woman before anything,” she tells me.”
A focussed young woman! Her music skew super unique, so we’re intrigued to hear the direction she’s driving in for this project.