Shakira feels more grounded after a new separation. In any event, that is the thing the Colombian vocalist says in her new tune, “Bzrp Music Meetings, Vol. 53,” with Argentine maker, Bizarrap.
The Grammy-winning vocalist starts the tune by saying she would rather not be frustrated once more and go on with the expression: “ladies don't cry any longer, they charge,” alluding to female strengthening after a separation.
Shakira appears to highlight her ex, previous football player Gerard Piqué, in a progression of jokes.
The artist says in Spanish, “Yo solo hago música, perdón que te sal-provoke,” (I just make music, sorry that it sprinkles you).
Shakira and Piqué cut off their 12-year friendship last year. Two or three has two children, Sasha and Milan.
The tune has outperformed in excess of 34 million perspectives on YouTube in under 24 hours.
Bizarrap is known for making viral hits like the “Bzrp Music Meetings, Vol. 52” with Spanish artist Quevedo, which spent something like a month as No. 1 melody on Announcement's Worldwide 200. The mid year hit, otherwise called “Quedate,” bested Spotify's Worldwide graph.
This isn't Shakira's previously hit since her division. In October last year, she delivered “Monotonía” accomplishment. Ozuna, in which she transparently sang about the conclusion of a friendship.
As indicated by Sony Music Latin, Shakira's name, “Monotonía” was the greatest Spanish-language female performance debut on YouTube.
In September, Shakira conversed with Elle Magazine about how music assists her arrangement with her feelings.
“I think everybody has their own cycles or their own systems to handle pain or stress or nervousness. We as a whole carry on with stuff throughout everyday life. Yet, for my situation, I believe that composing music is like going to the psychologist, just less expensive [laughs],” the Colombian artist said.