Today, the success of an artist of renown, as Shakirabecause not only is based on the amount of sales of a disk, or if it gets to the top of the charts. YouTube and Spotify have become a stick with which to also measure the achievements.
In this aspect, the singer-songwriter over the last week, the platform of videos with his song Waka Waka anthem of the World cup in Africa (2010).
I just found out that the video of Waka has achieved 2.5 BILLION views. Amazing. Definitely you guys are the best. Thank you! told Shakira.
The event was really an incredible achievement, with these words the producer record label surprised its 67 million followers on Instagram, where he published this message.
Now, the dancer and entrepreneur went back to get another record only in terms of music, this time with the song Hip’s dont lie, which he interprets along to Wyclef Jean.
According to information collected in networks, the philanthropist colombian reached 600 million streams on Spotify with this topic.
However, it was not all joy for the born in Barranquilla with this song. In 2006, a year after its launch, the puerto rican Jerry Rivera was accused of plagiarism. According to the puerto rican, the intro of the trumpet is part of his single of 1992, Loves like ours.
I love Shakira, but I don’t know if this is correct.
So it had been said Rivera, in a statement taken by the portal News. Beyond this controversy, which then would be resolved, what is worth noting today, is the record of the colombian singer. How many more will come on the way?