List of awards and nominations received by Rosalía

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List of awards and nominations received by Rosalía
Rosalía is holding a microphone in her hand
Rosalía performing in Madrid in July 2017.
Totals
Wins 18
Nominations 19
Pending 14

Spanish singer and songwriter Rosalía has won more than 18 awards during her career. Her debut album Los Ángeles was released in February 2017.[1] It peaked at No. 9 on the PROMUSICAE musical chart. The album spawned only one single, "Catalina", which is a cover of the Manuel Vallejo song of that same name.[2] Thanks to this project, she won the 2017 RNE Critical Eye Award for Modern Music as well as the Time Out, Rockdelux, ABC and Ruido de la Prensa award for Album of the Year.[3][4]

In 2018, Rosalía became an international phenomenon after releasing "Malamente", the lead single of her second studio album El Mal Querer, released in November 2018. The album spawned the singles "Malamente", "Pienso en tu Mirá", "Di Mi Nombre" and "Bagdad". All of them became a top 10 hit in Spain. "Di Mi Nombre" became her first ever number one single and topped the Spanish charts for two weeks.[5] At the 2018 Latin Grammy Awards, "Malamente" won the Best Urban Fusion/Performance and Best Alternative Song award and garnered five nominations.[6] The song's music video, directed by Canada, also won a UK Music Video award for Best Pop International Video. Her compromise and love for her hometown, Barcelona, made her receive the honorific Ciutat de Barcelona award in late 2018.[7]

The year after, Rosalía embarked on her first world tour, El Mal Querer Tour, which run from March to November 2019 and visited countries as the United States, Canada, France, Spain, Czech Republic, Colombia and Mexico, between others. To support the beginning of the tour, she released her second collaboration with Colombian singer J Balvin, "Con altura". The song became an international hit in Spring 2019. Rosalía was the only musician featured in Time magazine's list of "Next Generation Leaders" and her song "Con altura" was named one of the best songs of the year by the prestigious magazine.[8] The song and it's music video earned her four MTV Video Music Awards nominations out of which she won two, including "Best Latin Video", making her the first Spanish and first woman to win the award.[9] Through that same year, she has been nominated for two Teen Choice Awards, four MTV MIAW awards, three Latin American Music Awards and other four nominations for the Premis Alicia a la Música Catalana, which awards the most excellent artists in Catalonia.[10] That same year, she played a little role in the Pedro Almodóvar film Dolor y Gloria (2019), for which she won the Premio Antonio Banderas a las Artes Escénicas.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year[a] Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result
ABC Awards 2017 Best National Record "Los Ángeles" Won
Altaveu Awards 2019 Excellence Award Herself Won
BBC Sound of the Year 2019 Best Sound of 2019 Won
Berlin Commercial Awards 2019 Best Costume Design "De Aquí No Sales" Won
BreakTudo Awards 2019 Artist On The Rise Herself Pending
Boom Video Of The Year "Con Altura" Pending
International Hit Pending
Ciutat de Barcelona 2018 Excellence Award Herself Won
Enderrock Awards 2019 Best Non-Catalan Album "El Mal Querer" Won
Glamour Awards 2017 Artist of the Year Herself Won
Latin American Music Awards 2019 Best New Artist Pending
Favorite Female Artist Pending
Favorite Pop Album "El Mal Querer" Pending
Latin Grammy Awards 2017 Best New Artist Herself Nominated
2018 Best Alternative Song "Malamente" Won
Best Short Form Music Video Nominated
Best Urban Fusion/Performance Won
Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Los40 Music Awards 2019 Album of the Year "El Mal Querer" Pending
Artist of the Year Herself Pending
Los40 Global Show "Con Altura" Pending
Video of the Year Pending
MTV Europe Music Awards 2018 Best Spanish Act Herself Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards 2019 MIAW Artist Nominated
Best Female Artist Nominated
Ship of the Year (Best Collaboration) "Con Altura" Nominated
Video of the Year "Pienso en tu Mirá" Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards 2019 Best New Artist Herself Nominated
Best Choreography "Con Altura" Won
Best Latin Video Won
Song of the Summer Nominated
Teen Choice Awards 2019 Choice Breakout Artist Herself Nominated
Choice Latin Song "Con Altura" Nominated
Time Out Awards 2017 Album of the Year "Los Ángeles" Won
UK Music Video Awards 2017 Best Styling in a Video "De Plata" Nominated
2018 "Malamente" Nominated
Best International Pop Video Won
"Pienso en tu Mirá" Nominated
Best Production Design in a Video "Malamente" Nominated
Pitchfork Awards 2018 Video of the Year Won
Premis Alicia a l'Academia de Música Catalana 2019 Album of the Year "El Mal Querer" Pending
Composition of the Year Pending
Best Live Herself Pending
Internationalization Pending
Premios Antonio Banderas 2019 Honorific Award for the Performing Arts Won
Premios Juventud 2019 New to the US, but big at home Won
Best Coreography "Con Altura" Nominated
Premios Lo Nuestro 2019 Video of the Year "Malamente" Nominated
Premios RNE 2017 Critical Eye Award Herself Won
Premios Ruido 2018 Ruido de la Prensa Award "Los Ángeles" Won

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.

References[edit]

  1. ^ elEconomista.es (2017-02-10). "Rosalía, revelación del nuevo flamenco, lanza su disco de debut "Los Ángeles" - EcoDiario.es". ecodiario.eleconomista.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-09-10.
  2. ^ "Rosalía & Raül Refree dan una vuelta a los tangos en 'Catalina'". jenesaispop.com (in Spanish). 2016-10-18. Retrieved 2019-09-10.
  3. ^ "Premios Time Out Barcelona 2017". Time Out Barcelona (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-09-10.
  4. ^ "Los diez mejores discos nacionales de 2017, según ABC". abc (in Spanish). 2017-12-30. Retrieved 2019-09-10.
  5. ^ "Rosalía consigue el primer triple número 1 en las listas españolas". El Independiente (in Spanish). 2018-11-20. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  6. ^ Noain, Idoya (2018-11-16). "Rosalía conquista sus dos primeros Grammy latinos". elperiodico (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  7. ^ "Rosalía, Josep Pedrals i Jordi Prat i Coll, premis Ciutat de Barcelona 2018". Ara.cat (in Catalan). 2019-01-31. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  8. ^ "The 10 Best Songs of 2019 (So Far)". Time. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  9. ^ Roth, Madeline. "Rosalía And J Balvin's VMA Victory For Best Latin Came With A Timely Message About Immigration". MTV News. Retrieved 2019-09-11.
  10. ^ Girona, Diari de. "Rosalía i Clara Peya, finalistes als Premis Alícia de l'Acadèmia". www.diaridegirona.cat (in Catalan). Retrieved 2019-09-11.