Colombian singer Shakira shared a video dancing a merengue version of his “BZRP Music Sessions #53” in collaboration with the Argentine producer Bizarrap.
The Creole rhythm was placed by a Tiktok user, who appears playing a keyboard in the same clip with the interpreter, although in separate places.
“Women no longer cry, women dance merengue,” Shakira wrote in the publication, which already has with more than 700 thousand likes and hundreds of comments from followers praising the versatility of the theme.
It is not the first time that the multi-award-winning artist has shown her passion for a Dominican genre, since in 2010, she joined her voice with El Cata and recorded “Loca”. Also in 2017, Manny Cruz and Daniel Santacruz composed “Deja vu” for the collaboration of Piqué and Prince Royce’s ex-partner. And recently, she launched “Monotony“ feat. ozuna.
On January 11, Shakira left the world speechless with the premiere of ´BZRP Music Sessions #53´, where she swept the floor with Gerard Piqué.
Although the Colombian was expected to make another song with hints for her ex after ‘I congratulate you’ and ‘Monotony’, where in the last one he says that “It wasn’t your fault or mine, it was the monotony’s fault”, this time, he contradicted himself, put diplomacy aside, was more aggressive and shot him straight for the jugular.