This April 28, Rosalía will perform at the Zócalo in Mexico City, the Spanish singer is promoting her third studio album called ‘Motomami’; However, the term goes beyond just a name, it is more of a philosophy, and we are going to explain it to you.
What does Motomami mean?
During an interview for El País, Rosalía explained how her famous term ‘Motomami’ came about, which for her is also a philosophy of life.
Rosalía revealed that the term Motomami is inspired by her mother, who enjoyed traveling on a motorcycle, a hobbit that she herself enjoys as well.
The artists assure that her love for motorcycles has become a whistle of her creativity and independence as a woman, in an industry dominated by men.
What do you need to be a Motomami?
For Rosalía, a Motomami means being brave and passionate and with a desire to show yourself authentic and without fear of other people’s judgments.
However, after the release of her album, Rosalía was sharing the meaning of Motomami with messages on Twitter:
- “A motomami hugs you and it’s better than hugging a stuffed animal”, was the first message that the Catalan wrote.
- “A motomami is loyal to her family because being loyal is a flex.”
- “A motomami takes care of other motomamis”.
- “A motomami has the hands of a butterfly and arms and body of a butterfly as well.”
- “A motomami gladly destroys her previous works to make way for the following works.”
- “A motomami does not need, they need it.”
- “A motomami is more yours and it transforms.”