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Shaki painstakingly teased the long-rumored collaboration on her Instagram yesterday via a series of clues, which one fan accurately guessed: one involving magic (the title of both of their debut albums), one with Maluma’s crown tattoo, and one using Alejandro Sanz’s nickname “Chan” in a word puzzle. And already, we’ve got the winning fan — and a sultry photo of the two to boot.
(She doesn’t make this easy…) In fact, she’s still going today with the teases: “The first person to guess the duration of Chantaje will be the first to receive my new single artwork! Shak just let a fan exclusively reveal the artwork for her new single, Chantaje!
The real Sanz makes a cameo at the end of the video. Here is the full list of artists who collaborated on the track: Pablo Alborán, David Bisbal, Antonio Carmona, Manuel Carrasco, Jesse & Joy, Juanes, Pablo López, Malú, Vanesa Martín, India Martínez, Antonio Orozco, Niña Pastori, Laura Pausini, Abel Pintos, Rozalén, Shakira and Tommy Torres.
When Shakira shimmied her way onto MTV in 2001 with a steamy video for a slick, cookie-cutter dance-pop song, some people associated the Colombian singer with her American pop-music contemporaries Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
The Voice beauty used a series of subtle clues - a reference to magic, a crown and a word and picture game featuring singer Alejandro Sanz - in a trio of Instagram posts teasing the upcoming joint effort.
She later explained to a fan how each clue related to the release of the single: 'Magic was the name of my first album ever and also Maluma's.
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Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll (born February 2, 1977), known mononymously as Shakira, is a Colombian singer-songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer and model.
The Whenever, Wherever artist also made clear she's standing squarely behind Carlos Vives, the 55-year-old singer she teamed up for on the smash single La Bicicleta, which is nominated at the Latin Grammys for both Song of the Year and Record of the Year.