The Colombian singer Shakira the 44-year-old has just released the song in English and Spanish called ‘Don’t Wait Up’. This cut will be part of his new album that could see the light next year and also bring about a post-pandemic international tour that already excites fans.
Shakira has used her social media to give clues about this new piece of music as well as to show the music video for ‘Don’t Wait Up’ and thank Ian Kirkpatrick and Emily Warren for accompanying her in the recording studio a few weeks ago when she traveled to Miami to work on it.
This is the meaning of Shakira’s new song
But also Shakira he took his time and explained the meaning of this new song where he mixes pop, electronica and technology with his unmistakable voice. “It’s a song I’ve been waiting to write for a long time. I feel like it was really sent from heaven because it’s actually been in my mind and has been around for a while inside me.”, Shak said in dialogue with Apple Music.
“I wanted a house song, a song that sounded house, and this song has taken me down many paths and taken me on an adventure, to unexpected places,” he added. Shakira on the importance of mixing these musical genres. The video clip already has over four million views on YouTube.
About this material, Shakira said: “I learned a whole new language for my body, I learned to dance to house music, to explore so many different paths too while making the video.. It’s been a super creative journey that, I think, has made me grow professionally, creatively and artistically.”