Rosalía Discusses Criticism, New Music, and More with Vogue

Rosalía Discusses Criticism, New Music, and More with Vogue

Spanish singer Rosalía has captured attention across the globe with her unique voice, dynamic visuals, and genre-bending music. Now, she poses on the cover of Vogue Magazine for the magazine’s January 2021 edition. Is there anything this woman can’t do?

Rosalía on the January 2021 cover of Vogue shot by Annie Leibovitz.

The singer stuns in red as she stares through the camera straight into our souls. We see three different outfits in her photos for Vogue that all somehow encompass who Rosalía is. We can see the free flow of her flamenco skirt, the flair of her sparkling dress, and the calm power searing through her green suit. The Spanish beauty embodies a whole range of qualities and projects them through her music and fashion. Maybe that’s why so many of us love her. She’s got a little something for everyone.

Image source: Annie Leibovitz via Vogue

Vogue‘s article gives readers a sneak peek into the wonderful mind of Rosalía. Readers learn about her background in the flamenco style, her relationship with her sister, and her love for movies and record stores. The singer also discusses the lessons she’s learned while facing criticisms involving culture appropriation versus appreciation. She notes that, in an ideal world, music would have no borders; however, she has learned the importance of respecting cultures in an industry (and world) where inequalities have created a far less than ideal world for many.

Finally, Rosalía reflects on how alone time during 2020 has helped her finish her sophomore album, which fans can expect to be released in 2021. You can read the entire cover story here.

What’s your favorite look from this Vogue edition? You can let us know online in the comment section or find us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to let us know at @TheHoneyPOP. We can’t wait to hear what you think! Follow us for more stories like this!

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Featured Image Source Annie Leibovitz via Vogue

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