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Shakira’s collaborations on her new album ‘Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran’

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  • The collaborations on Shakira’s new album
  • Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran drops soon
  • She dabbles in a variety of musical styles

It’s a matter of hours before the release of Colombian singer Shakira’s new album Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran (Women Don’t Cry Anymore)

Although seven singles have been released so far, there is much anticipation for the remaining 10 tracks.

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If there’s one notable aspect of Shakira’s album, it’s her impressive collaborations.

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Even before we knew Shakira was working on a new album, she released some of these impressive collaborations.

One of them was with Rauw Alejandro on the track ‘Te Felicito,’ and another was with Ozuna on ‘Monotonía.’

At the beginning of 2023, she released ‘Shakira: BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 53.’

If Argentine producer Bizarrap was already well known beforehand, this song catapulted his fame to new heights.

Shakira’s album features amazing collaborations

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On February 24, 2023, another of the collaborations that will appear on Shakira’s new album was released.

The song ‘TQG’ features Karol G and was also included on her album Mañana Será Bonito.

The singer’s sons, Milan and Sasha, surprised everyone by appearing on the song ‘Acróstico.’

She released ‘Copa Vacía’ featuring Colombian singer Manuel Turizo in June 2023.

Shakira dives into regional Mexican music

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Undoubtedly, the collaborations on Shakira’s new album that have caused the most uproar are with two of the hottest regional Mexican stars.

In September 2023, she released the song ‘El Jefe’ with Fuerza Regida. It was Shakira’s first song in this genre.

People were surprised to see Grupo Frontera on Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran.

The musicians from Edinburg, Texas, are featured on the track ‘(Entre Paréntesis).’

She dabbles in electronic music on Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran

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And if Shakira’s album couldn’t get more exciting, it features one of the most recognized DJs in the world: Tiësto.

The producer, originally from the Netherlands, does a remix of ‘Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53.’

It is said that Tiësto will give the track new verses as well as a new sound.

Supposedly, Shakira will add part of the statement she made at the Barcelona Court.

Shakira worked with Cardi B

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American rapper Cardi B. is one of the biggest surprises on Shakira’s new album.

She is featured on the track ‘Puntería,; which will also have a vinyl version.

Shakira met Cardi B in Paris.

«I find her so creative and witty and direct and unapologetically genuine,» Shakira told The New York Times.

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