The singer-songwriter Shakira, a native of Colombia, shared on Instagram a video in which they appear health professionals singing his hit musical Waka Waka, before the pandemic coronavirus COVID-19.
Shakira I am thrilled that health professionals have made a video in which you share the measures of protection and hygiene, against pandemic coronavirus COVID-19, and musicalizan with your theme Waka waka; also dance.
And on Instagram, Shakira writes what he feels like to watch the professionals dance and sing to encourage the world with one of their songs in difficult times.
These videos are amazing and I’m so honored of this song of mine that now is yours, can be so stimulating in such difficult times. Thank you heroes of the first line for everything that you’re doing”!.
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Shakira is considered a global icon of the Latin culture. He made his debut in music in the nineties and through his career he has managed to sell more than 75 million albums.
The past month of February Shakira led next to Jennifer Lopez the halftime Show of Super Bowl LIV, Miami Gardens, Florida, and became one of the shows of half-time most viewed of all time.
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