Shakira and Bizarrap have blessed fans with the highly anticipated “BZRP Music Sessions #53” on Wednesday.
To be honest, fans weren’t sure what to expect from the latest edition of the music sessions, which are popular collaborations between Bizarrap and artists like Nicky Jam, Paulo Londra, Residente and Snow Tha Product where they rap over unique beats. of hit songs.
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Shakira doesn’t rap; instead, it’s largely a therapy session between Biza and his guest.
The singer does not hold back and is, as before, cheeky about her ex, the Spanish soccer star Gerard Piqué. “Wolf like me ain’t got no time for newbies like you/ I was too much for you, that’s why now you’re with someone more like you,” she sings over a futuristic pop-electronica beat. “You left me with my in-laws as my neighbors, the media at my door and in debt to the treasury./ You thought you hurt me, but you made me stronger/ Women don’t cry anymore, they pay money.”
Shakira joins a number of artists who have jumped on one of Bizarrap’s most heavily streamed music shows. His session with Spanish actor Quevedo, “BZRP Music Sessions #52,” scored both their first entry on the Billboard Hot 100. It currently has more than 400 million views on YouTube. Bizarrap’s music session with Shak follows his latest sessions including with Duki and Villano Antillano.
This new song will follow Ozuna’s “Monotónía” featuring Shakira which peaked at #3. BillboardHot Latin Songs chart (dated November 5). It currently sits at No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart, where it has held the position for four weeks.
Shakira recently shared a heartfelt message of hope to start the new year. “Even if our wounds are still open in this new year, time is in the hands of a surgeon. Even if someone has betrayed us, we must continue to trust others,” wrote the Colombian singer. “When faced with scorn, keep knowing your worth. Because there are more good people than bad people. More people with compassion than indifference.”
The message came after a difficult year due to her separation from Piqué, the father of her children. The singer has been open about the break-up since it was confirmed in June, posting material — including releasing love song “Monotonia” — that alludes to her pain. This music session is no exception.
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