Rosalía Stuns in Black Mesh Dress, Wins First-Ever Producer of the Year Award at Billboard Women in Music Event

The Spanish singer delivered a heartfelt acceptance speech at the March 1 event.

Rosalía attended the Billboard Women in Music Awards. 

Rosalía stole the show at the Billboard Women in Music event on March 1 in more ways than one. The Spanish singer stunned in a sheer black rhinestone-embellished outfit and won the inaugural Producer of the Year Award.

Under the daring dress, she wore high-waisted black underwear and on top, she donned a black turtleneck sweater that was super cropped to reveal a hint of underboob.

Rosalía’s hair was tied up into a tousled bun with some curly face-framing pieces left loose. She sported natural makeup with subtle mascara, terracotta-colored blush and a glossy nude lip.

“When I started in music, I had no idea what producing was,” she stated in the beginning of her acceptance speech. “It was with time that I learned, and now I cannot imagine another way to make my music that’s not producing. A producer’s job is a job in the shadow, it’s not very fun. It’s 15 hours a day, non-stop working on a sound. It comes from love and obsession and that’s why you stay in that small a-- room [with] no windows while everyone else is living life and doing regular human cool s---.”

The “LA FAMA” singer added that the win felt extra special because it was the first-ever Producer of the Year Award given out at the event.

“Thank you today for celebrating women and what we create. This means a lot because I make my own music, I produce my own songs and I write my own songs,” the 30-year-old gushed. “I would love to dedicate this award to all the women that are going to be producers because I’m not the first and I’m definitely not going to be the last one.”

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Ananya Panchal


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