Shakira has held the Queen of Latin Pop title for over 15 years, since the release of Laundry Service - the album that turned her into a global star after a decade dominating the Latin markets. Since then, she's released a further three English records, and more recently, the streaming era has opened up her popular Spanish cuts to a UK audience. To celebrate the release of her 11th album El Dorado, and to get us in the summer spirit, we're revealing which are officially her biggest tracks to date. First up, let's take a look at some notable entries The lead single from Shakira's third English album of the same name was a near-perfect balance infectious hooks and her signature eccentric lyrics - find us someone can't relate to the line, "I'm starting to feel just a little abused like a coffee machine in an office"! The result was a hit on the Official Chart, peaking at Number 4 in - one of six Top 10 hits for the singer. To date it's sold , and places fifth in her UK best sellers list. She Wolf has also been streamed 3.
Colombians have been knowing about Shakira, and her musical talent for decades now. Of course, Shakira has gone on to be an international superstar, with fans around the world knowing her jams. The Middle Eastern jam, which she performs in her concerts, contains lyrics sung by Shakira in Arabic, and Arabic chants. It talks about the luck she feels about everything, including how she was made, and how that enables her to love her boyfriend even more. The rock-tinged jam speaks about still being there after a breakup, even when it is not fixable. Colombians were so happy when two of their two biggest music icons united for an upbeat, hit song. Added bonus? It captures that feeling of having all of your senses overtaken by that rush of love. It is sincere, vulnerable, and reminiscent of the innocence of a first love. The electro-pop song, and its video, featured a sexier, more wild Shakira, and inspired people everywhere to also walk on the wild side.
“Hips Don’t Lie,” Ft. Wyclef Jean
The sultry mononymous Colombian singer-songwriter born as Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll has been producing music since she was just 13 years old. In fact, she wrote her first album, Magia , as an 8-year-old chica. It was during the '90s, however, that she really popped onto the scene, unleashing Latin hits inspired by reggaeton and the sounds of South America and the Caribbean. The headliner released her eleventh studio album, El Dorado , and like all superstars do, she hit the globe for a massive world tour.
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