Shakira inspires health professionals with “Waka Waka”


The famous Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) Shakira was revived by the medical community around the world through Tik Tokright in the middle of the global crisis due to the new coronavirus.

Paramedics, nurses, officers and other members of the personal health, rose videos through a platform of entertainment, in which are shown dancing and doing lip-sync with the track.

To the rhythm of the first verses of which he was the official theme for the fifa world cup 2010, in south Africa, these #HéroesenBata they put on a good face to the pandemic coronavirus.

And is that, was the same Shakiraperformer of the issue, who in their social networks shared the video of 15 seconds dancing to the rhythm of Waka Waka during the quarantine.

These videos are amazing and I’m so honored that this song of mine, now is yours, you can be so positive in such difficult times. Thank you heroes of the first line for everything that you’re doing!”, wrote Shakira.

Although there are two recordings of Waka Waka (This Time for Africa), the fragment used for the realization of the videos, is the version in English, which, being interpreted into Spanish, it states:

You’re a good soldier, choosing your battles. Stand up, take off the dust and returns to the saddle. You are in the first line, all of you are looking. You know it’s serious we are getting close, this has not been done”.

They are shown from their homes or directly from hospital, and recorded videos to the application, TikTok, the rhythm of the Waka Waka in the midst of the pandemic COVID-19.

The music gives hope to the medical staff day-to-day faces the coronavirus (Orthocoronavirinae), because in the last few weeks, several songs have become anthems and messages of support to the pandemic, such as:

I will resist, originally performed by the Spanish group Dynamic Duo in 1988 and was revived by artists in Spain, where he was singing on the balconies by its inhabitants; while, in Mexico, where figures appear as Lila Downs, Ximena Sariñana, and Belinda.