Words of author: Rosalia (Barcelona, 1993), singer and actress in an interview with EFE in October 2018: “music is a job like any other”.
Rosalia has presented her second album “El mal querer” in Spain, who has achieved millions of digital downloads, a free concert before 11,000 people on October 31 at Plaza Colón in Madrid and five Latin Grammy nominations.
In the interview with EFE and about her new album, the singer Rosalia says “flamenco is not all the mainstream that it could be because of its complexity. My generation perceives it and receives it in a very fresh way, which transcends its conventions”.
The singer explains she makes music “out of necessity” although it is true, she says, that she is “very grateful” for the recognition she has achieved:
“Music is a job like any other. I want to dedicate my life to this. For ten years, it is what I have done and what I want to do. Sometimes I’ll get right and sometimes I’ll get right less. Only with being able to make music I feel satisfied”, she says.
In this way, one of her fundamental goals is that the production structure which she is creating “will serve the coming generations” in Spain, “where there is still much to be done” to “normalize” women’s access to careers like his.
referirse a una persona en concreto.
hablar de una cosa concreta.
referirse a una persona indeterminada.
se utiliza para expresar finalidad.
se utiliza para hacer una comparación.
es el presente del verbo 'comer'.