Why Shakira Says ‘Última’ Will Be the Last Tune She Expounds On Ex Gerard Piqué

Shakira will not be composing additional melodies about a specific ex.

During a meeting with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, the “At whatever point, Any place” artist, 47, focused on why “Última” will be the last tune she expounds on her ex-accomplice Gerard Piqué, whom she dated for a very long time until they split in 2022.

“Última” was the last track Shakira composed for her impending collection Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran (Ladies Don’t Cry Any longer), which was expressed “when the collection was in a real sense shut and there was no additional time.”

“I said, I got another tune here and it’s like, it’s — I need to let it out or I will not have the option to, you know. I’ll stifle. I want to get this one out,” she reviews.

“People at Sony were like, ‘No, no, no, no, there’s no extra time. “Individuals at Sony were like, ‘No, no, no, no, there’s no additional time. This should be sent, if not we won’t make it to have the vinyls prepared. You can do nothing else with this collection,'” the “She Wolf” entertainer reviews of attempting to persuade her record name to deliver it. “Since I can unendingly keep dealing with the collection, tweaking stuff, blending, and never let it go. So they were like, ‘It’s opportunity to, now is the ideal time to let it go, Shakira let it go.’ Presently I’m like, ‘No, no, no, no. However, there’s one more, there’s one more.'”

In one evening, Shakira recorded and blended the tune, which “was such a consolation,” and when she imparted it to Sony, she evoked an astounding response.

“What’s astounding about music is the means by which individuals can associate with a similar encounter or to a similar inclination, or regardless of whether they’re not going through similar experience, simply the sympathy and the mirror neurons that we as a whole have that make us see our own appearance in, in this music,” she starts. “So when I play this tune to the head of advertising at Sony, he came, he began to cry. I have never seen a man cry in my studio previously. I’ve seen numerous ladies cry in my studio, however no man. Uh, however he’s a major softie.”

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She proceeds: “He began to cry with this tune and I’m like, ‘alright, I get it.’ It’s not just about me. This tune isn’t about me just, or him or. In any case, I’m happy I had the option to remember it for the collection, regardless of whether it’s the last tune, the last melody that I keep in touch with him.”

Shakira’s twelfth studio collection — Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran (Ladies Don’t Cry Any longer) — will be delivered this Friday. This will check her first collection discharge in quite a while.

The 16-history won’t include eight ever before-heard melodies, a remix, and seven recently delivered singles like “Music Meetings Vol. 53” with Bizarrap, “TQG” with Karol G, “Te Felicito” with Rauw Alejandro and “Copa Vacía” with Manuel Turizo.

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