Shakira’s new album was inspired by her split from Gerard Piqué.
The 46-year-old pop star’s recent song “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol 53” was branded a “diss track” after she appeared to take aim at the former footballer. Break up – and she delves deeper into heartbreak for her next record.
A music insider told Sun on Sunday’s Bizarre column:
“Because she was working on another record before harboring allegations of infidelity, those songs have been rewritten with new endings to give fans a more complete picture of the truth.” He says it blends Latin, rock, and hip-hop and is more empowering than angry.
The hitmaker of “Hips Don’t Lie,” which alluded to Piquet’s recent single’s lyric “trading a Rolex for a Casio,” said the song was “a threat to people who make us feel insignificant.” They claimed it was for “women who stand up.”
Shakira said on Instagram:
“I want to embrace the millions of women who will stand up for those who make us feel insignificant.
“Women who stand up for what they feel and think and raise their hands when they disagree. They are my inspiration.”