The Colombian singer is promoting her next single “Monotonía”, which she will launch this Wednesday with Ozuna. In a black and white video, Shakira sings a cappella her song that sums up all her feelings.
“It wasn’t your fault, nor was it mine.”, he begins by reciting Shakira in the clip that he recently shared on his social networks. “It was the monotony’s fault”.
The Colombian singer is promoting her next single “Monotonía”, which will be released on digital platforms this Wednesday, October 19. Together with Ozuna, the singer will poetically reveal her deepest feelings after her separation from Gerard Piqué.
“I never said anything, but it hurt me, I knew this would happen”, the artist concludes singing, with a sad and melancholy look at the camera.
Shakira speaks for the first time of her separation: “I put everything I had in this relationship
Shakira’s new single marks a new stage in her music, where she mainly addresses her ex-partner and father of her children. The breakup of the Colombian and Gerard Piqué, after 12 years of relationship, is not a new topic.
While the Spanish soccer player has already started a new relationship with Clara Chía Martí, an employee of his company Kosmos, Shakira has decided to dedicate all her energy to her musical career.
Thus, the last few months have given him successes such as Congratulations together with Rauw Alejandro or Don’t Wait Up con los Black Eyed Peas.
The Colombian, who achieved world fame in 2010 after interpreting the song of the World Cup in South Africa “Waka Waka”, has revealed that music is his therapy.
“For me, writing music is like going to a psychiatrist, only cheaper. It just helps me process my emotions and make sense of them. And it helps me heal.” Shakira stated on her Elle cover.
“I think it is the best medicine, and along with the love of my family and my children, who sustain me. Music is definitely one of the tools I have to survive extreme situations.”, said the Colombian.
According to sources, Piqué would be worried about the details that the singer can give in her next song. Without going any further, the footballer was furious at the artist’s statements on her cover.
“Monotonia” will be available on digital platforms starting this Wednesday, October 19.
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