Shakira and Karol G will soon present a joint theme, the first that unites these two Colombians musically, sources from the Sony Music company confirmed to EFE on Friday, who specified that it will not see the light of day on February 2, when he celebrates his birthday on Barranquilla artist.
Some media had indicated this day as the one chosen for its launch because it also coincided with the birthday of his former partner, the former Spanish footballer Gerard Pique, became a source of inspiration for his latest songs following his sentimental breakup.
Indeed the new cut, whose title has not been disclosed for the moment, will come after the great media hype caused by his latest song, session 53 together with the Argentinian manufacturer bizarrewhich in just two weeks accumulates almost 162 million views on platforms such as Spotify.
“You left my mother-in-law as a neighbor / With the press at the door / and debt in the Treasury,” Shakira sings in some controversial lines that leave little doubt as to their addressees’ identity, especially when she continues: “I just make music / I’m sorry to splashed you”.
previous two songs
Previously, the Colombian artist had released the songs Congratulations Y Monotonyrecorded together with Puerto Ricans Rauw Alejandro and Ozuna, respectively, and which also included messages interpreted as direct allusions to his relationship with Piqué.
Shakira is in a moment of commercial resurgence, as confirmed by the success of her most recent song with Bizarrap and that the aforementioned Congratulations slipped as the 9th most successful song in Spain in 2022, according to Promusicae, the Spanish recording industry association.
It will be “after” February 2, “nor February 3”, when in his musical escalation he will unite his voice with another of the strong values of current Latin music, that of his compatriot Karol G, whose new album is expected tomorrow will be niceaccording to these same sources.
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