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Shakira’s new album returns after a personal roller coaster.


The highly anticipated “Women Don’t Cry Anymore” album by Colombian singer Shakira is a statement of strength following her public split from her longtime spouse and a tax issue in Spain. The album’s lead track, “Women don’t cry anymore; they cash in,” is a pun-filled satire of her former lover, Spanish former football player Gerard Pique, who is featured in the title. The song was recorded with Argentine producer Bizarrap. The song “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” brought home two Latin Grammys for the manufacturer, 25, and the pop artist, 47. In addition to breaking four Guinness World Records for YouTube views and Spotify streams, it peaked at number one on the Billboard charts.

The 17-song album has mixes with fellow Colombians Karol G and Manuel Turizo. As well as Mexican and Puerto Rican singers, including a single with US rapper Cardi B. The two collaborated on a more techno dance track, “The Strong One.” Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, the 14-time Latin Grammy winner, posted pictures of a launch party on social media late Thursday. She wrote on Instagram that the record is a representation of her “struggles, but also triumphs”. And that it is possible to “transform pain into resilience, strength, and power” even in the most trying times of life.

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After divorcing Pique, the father of her two children, in November, Shakira, who was born in Barranquilla. Paid a settlement of $15 million to avoid going to trial in a previous case. But she was then subject to a second Spanish tax investigation. Shakira has sworn to refute the baseless accusations of tax fraud. Shakira, who owns mansions in Nassau and Miami. Was considered worth about $400 million at the beginning of 2023.

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