Stop the machines! Everything signifies that the proprietor of Latin America will land in Brazil. According to the journalist Jose Norberto Flesch, the singer Shakira intends to spend along with his tour on inexperienced and yellow soil in 2023. The journalist, well-known for advancing the passage of worldwide artists by our nation, mentioned that the singer should move by right here by February or March.
It is price remembering that Shakira started his new period in model with “Don’t Wait Up“! The music got here out within the early hours of final Friday (16) with clip and every little thing. This is his first single in English after a very long time betting on Spanish, his pure language. The Colombian artist places reggaeton apart a little bit and bets on a really partaking pop! The monitor was written by the singer herself, in collaboration with Emily Warren and Iam Kirkpatrick.
The clip exhibits a really lovely Shakira in her 44 years, mixing browsing components, however with out leaving the glamour apart within the brightness of the costume. Oh, i could not miss dance and choreography both! The monitor begins work on her new album, the twelfth studio album of her profession.
In the Interview for Vogue, Shakira account that he listens to his personal songs and at all times thinks he may have finished higher. “I’m never fully satisfied. This dissatisfaction is not at all negative. There’s something good. I never want to go back to the way I’ve done. I want to find another side.”Says.
It additionally celebrates the explosion of Latin music on the planet. For her, her partnership with Alejandro Sanz in “La Tortura” (2005) was a private milestone.
“This song marked a step, because I began to get a little more involved with the Latin sounds and the new Latin American movement: what was happening in Puerto Rico, dominican republic, and all that I wanted to take on a global scale. But always doing a somewhat anthropological work of investigating what happens in every culture”, Explains.
It is price remembering that the Colombian singer’s final stint in Brazil was in 2018, with the tour “El Dorado”, seven years after his passage by the Rock in Rio 2011.