Motomami Album Lyrics – Rosalía
The album is a collage of Rosalía's musical influences, especially in Latin music, and is divided into two parts. It features guest vocals from the Weeknd and Tokischa and is presented as Rosalía's "most personal and confessional album so far." The album's title, "Motomami," is a term Rosalía coined to describe a woman who is fearless, independent, and unapologetically herself.
The album has received critical acclaim and commercial success, earning Rosalía numerous accolades, including Album of the Year, Best Alternative Music Album, Best Engineered Album, and Best Recording Package at the 23rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. This win made Rosalía the first woman to win Album of the Year twice at the Latin Grammy Awards. "La Fama" was also nominated for Record of the Year, while "Hentai" was nominated for Song of the Year and Best Alternative Song.
In addition, "Motomami" won the award for Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, cementing Rosalía's place as one of the most influential and talented artists in the music industry. However, despite its critical acclaim and commercial success, the album's lack of nominations in the general field categories was widely considered a "snub" by the Recording Academy.
In conclusion, "Motomami" is a groundbreaking album that showcases Rosalía's unique style and powerful voice. It explores the personal struggles and triumphs that she has experienced over the past three years, presenting a raw and honest portrayal of her journey. With its critical acclaim and commercial success, "Motomami" has solidified Rosalía's place as one of the most talented and influential artists of our time. Below you can find a to z all track details, with lyrics and videos.
Motomami Album Tracklist
COMO UN G
Delirio De Grandeza
La Combi Versace
Thank Yu :)
Motomami album cover
Album Cast & Crew
- Release Date
- March 18, 2022
- David Rodríguez, El Guincho, Frank Dukes, Michael Uzowuru, Noah Goldstein, Sir Dylan
- Carlos Querol, David Rodríguez, DJ Urba, El Guincho, Frank Dukes, Juan Ivan Orengo, Justin Quiles