Rosalía breaks the molds in social networks
Rosalía makes several things clear: her respect for her predecessors, her taste for aesthetics and her own transformation
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Rosalía already said that motorcycles had always been very present in her life. The aggressiveness of the sound of the engines was already present in El Mal Querer, in the theme Disputa which, as the singer confessed, was her favourite song on her album. Now, although we have only heard from Saoko, she confirms her taste for motorcycles, speed and experimentation.
In just two minutes of postmodern reggaeton, Rosalía makes several things clear: her respect for her predecessors, her taste for aesthetics and her own transformation, which she understands and embraces. And without dishevelled, she triumphs every time she decides to share any advance of her music on social networks, or even her gifts to her boyfriend, Rauw Alejandro, for Valentine's Day.& Nbsp;
Her personal Tiktok account has been the chosen channel to launch the first single, Saoko, and also the new Chicken Teriyaki. The networks burn with the naturalness of the artist that she releases pearls of about 20 seconds with her new songs. Now we will have to wait to listen to it in its entirety and see if it reaches the success that all musical experts predict.
There are many women who are involved in the singer's day-to-day work, but her mother, Pilar Tobella, stands out among them. She left the commercial management of the family business to run the worldwide business for her daughter. And she defends her tooth and nail: when the Catalan hung a few seconds of one of her new songs, Hentai, which aroused criticism for apparently simple lyrics, she said on Twitter: “Hentai is one of my favourites, it is a song that exudes honesty and sensitivity, it is simply wonderful. How proud I am of it and that it will soon be shared with the world”
The network of women around Rosalía
Tobella is the sole administrator of Motomami, the company that manages the entire economy generated by Rosalía. After the hardest part of the pandemic has passed, the company hopes to recover with the release of the new album, announced for March 18. And her fans, go out and dance until dawn.