Rotana was named to BBC's 100 in 2015, after choosing to leave her country of Saudi Arabia to pursue a music career and with lyrics speaking about a liberated Saudi Arabia for females leading to her family being warned that she should not return."On the surface, Sin Again is a song about touching yourself, which was punishable and forbidden growing up in Saudi Arabia. But much more than that, this song is about self intimacy. My body has been policed and regulated my whole life. As I get older, I understand why. When women are in tune with their bodies, we overcome the narratives that vilify pleasure and keep us alien to our own bodies. We become unstoppable forces of power and agents of change."