Rosalia wears an oversized sweatshirt during night on the town… after telling i-D magazine ‘having sex is part of life’ while modeling a bikini for the cover
Rosalia showed off her shapely legs when she was spotted Tuesday emerging for a night on the town in West Hollywood.
The 28-year-old singing sensation, who hails from a small-town in Spain, was heading to dinner at the showbiz hot spot The Nice Guy.
Emphasizing her legs in a pair of black quilted leather boots, she bundled up in a cozy-looking boyfriend fit sweater dress.
Stepping out: Rosalia showed off her shapely legs when she was spotted Tuesday emerging for a night on the town in West Hollywood
Letting her dark hair fly free, she sharpened her screen siren features with makeup and accessorized with a handbag.
Rosalia’s latest leggy appearance comes after she flashed the flesh in a sizzling new cover shoot for the British magazine i-D.
The Con Altura hitmaker put her enviably trim midriff on display in black leather lingerie as she posed up a storm for the camera.
During her profile in the magazine she dished about her approach to singing about sex on her latest album MOTOMAMI.
Place to be: The 28-year-old singing sensation, who hails from small-town Spain, was heading to dinner at the showbiz hot spot The Nice Guy
‘Having sex is part of life,’ she said, declaring it ‘the same’ as other activities and explaining: ‘I put everything on the same level.’
She plugged: ‘In this new album, there’s some humor. In my other projects, I didn’t allow a sense of humor.’
Getting more specific where sex was concerned, she shared: ‘Hentai is much more suggestive, much more erotic for me. Hentai is more interesting than conventional porn. And why not talk about something like that as an inspiration for a song?’
Rosalia first became a critical darling in 2017 with her debut album Los Angeles, then reached new heights of fame the following year with her album El Mal Querer.
Mover and shaker: Letting her dark hair fly free, she sharpened her screen siren features with makeup and accessorized with a handbag
El Mal Querer happened to be Rosalia’s baccalaureate project at the Catalonia College Of Music where she graduated with honors.
‘I wasn’t even signed when I made my first album, you know what I mean? I feel like it took me a long time to figure out who I am and what my music is and what I want to do,’ she said in her new interview with i-D.
‘It happened overnight from a marketing perspective but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t working towards that moment. My parents were not connected at all to the industry. It was starting from zero,’ Rosalia insisted.
Looking fab: Rosalia’s latest leggy appearance comes after she flashed the flesh in a sizzling new cover shoot for the British magazine i-D
Her new album includes an audio recording of her grandmother and she still cites her family and her town as a source of inspiration.
‘I always go back to where I’m from. I always go back to that little village where I grew up. And it always makes sense,’ she said. ‘It always makes me feel instantly like I’m where I’m supposed to be and reconnected to where my people are.’
Rosalia is also aware of the transience of fame saying: ‘I know I’m not going to be a pop star all my life. I love saying that. I love knowing that.’
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