Shakira puts another witch on her balcony outside Piques childhood

Shakira puts another witch on her balcony outside Piqué’s childhood home after the success of ‘TQG’ RPP News

Shakira’s new song has caused a stir.TQG‘ (It looked great on you) in collaboration with his compatriot Karol G. A song with new messages against it Gerard Pique and to his new partner Clara Chía. “You left, I put on triple M; nicer, tougher, more level,” the Colombian sings, indicating that she is the winner of this break.

In the meantime, Shakira He gets on with his life and with a witch on the patio of his house. After being away from her balcony for a while, where she stood and stared at her ex-in-laws’ house, it seems the singer wants to protect herself from bad vibes again and has decided to place her back to guard her home .

According to images published by Europa Press, the witch has reappeared on the terrace of Shakirathis time propped up on some kind of heavy support to keep the wind from moving her and constantly looking at the house where her ex-partner’s parents live.

In early January this year, the singer drew attention for exhibiting the object at her home, and it has been speculated that the reason for putting it there was to protect herself from bad thoughts after splitting from the former footballer.

His attitude was commented on in the media. However, what has been most controversial in recent months has been the lyrics to Shakira’s songs, which are entirely dedicated to her ex-partner and herself clear.

The success of ‘TQG’

Colombian artist Karol G released the song titled “TQG‘, an anticipated collaboration with fellow countryman Shakira. In an interview with The New York Times, Karol G said her dream of singing with Shakira had come true. Colombians have reflected their love affairs in their recent successes.

Shakira scored with his latest song, the Session #53 along with Argentine producer Bizarrap, which has been positioned as the most listened song in Spanish on Spotify and in which he competes against his ex-partner Gerard Piqué.

Previously, the Colombian artist had the songs ‘congratulations‘ And ‘monotony‘, recorded alongside Puerto Ricans Rauw Alejandro and Ozuna, and which also contained messages interpreted as direct references to her relationship with the father of her children.

On the other hand, last year Karol G released his song “Mamii,” a collaboration with Californian Becky G, which the Colombian’s followers have described as a direct message to his ex-partner, Puerto Rican trapper Anuel AA.

Karol G shares how it worked with Shakira

With the premiere of ‘TQG‘ next to Shakira, Carol G released their fourth album, ‘tomorrow will be nice‘ in which he shows himself from his side “innermost‘ and also features collaborations with Angel Dior, Bad Gyal, Carla Morrison, Justin Quiles, Maldy, Quevedo, Romeo Santos, Sean Paul and Sech.

The central theme of the album, however, is what he did with his la barranquillera. The popular ‘Bichota’ admitted that ‘TQG’, an acronym for “You have grown“, has been a difficult recording subject, because of Shakira’s perfectionism. According to the ‘Tusa’ performer, the production of the song was “intensive“.

A report published on the Hoy día portal notes that the singers had to work long hours of more than 16 hours a day. There were even times when they had to repeat takes up to 35 times.

Nevertheless, Carol G She is satisfied with the result of the song and her new album as she has been working on the production and composition for more than two years. according to her Shakira She was also happy with the result. “My god, thank you. Those lyrics are exactly how I’m feeling right now,” he told Karol G.

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