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Shakira Confirms New Album

As a cathartic reflection of her personal life, Shakira has been “rebuilding herself” with her forthcoming full length..

Having ended her decade plus relationship with footballer Gerard Piqué in 2022, the now 47-year-old Latin pop star who’s already released 11 studio LPs, announced on Thursday (2.15) that her new record ‘Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran’ will be available on March 22.

In a statement about her latest work, the superstar singer/songwriter said “Making this body of work has been an alchemical process. While writing each song I was rebuilding myself. While singing them, my tears transformed into diamonds, and my vulnerability into strength.”

Born Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, the Columbian-born hitmaker recently gave fans a taste of what’s to come during her Super Bowl commercial teaser. Her upcoming LP will feature eight new tracks along with the previously released hit singles, ‘Music Sessions Vol. 53’ with Bizarrap, ‘TQG’ with Karol G, ‘Te Felicito’ with Rauw Alejandro, ‘Copa Vacía’ with Manuel Turizo, and more.

In a first for the Grammy Award-winning star, the new album will debut on vinyl, featuring four distinct artwork editions, each paired with an exclusive colored vinyl variant.

The Sapphire edition will be exclusively offered on Amazon, while the Ruby edition will be available solely at Target. Fans can find the Emerald edition exclusively on Shakira’s official website, and the Diamond edition will be stocked by all major retailers.

Seven years since her last full length, Shakira has not released an album since ‘El Dorado’ in 2017 which she sung predominantly in her native Spanish. Prior to that, the chanteuse released her self-titled record (and her fourth English-language album) that featured the hit single ‘Can’t Remember To Forget You’, with Rihanna.

‘Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran’ is available to pre-order at

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Author: Al Denté

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