February 16, 2024


Shakira teases new album after seven years

Shakira geared up to release her first album 'Las Mujeres Ya No Iloran' since separation from Gerard Piqué

By Javeria Shahid February 16, 2024
Shakira said while writing each song for Las Mujeres Ya No Iloran she rebuild herself
Shakira said while writing each song for 'Las Mujeres Ya No Iloran' she rebuild herself

Shakira dropped the release date of her first album coming our way after seven years.

Creating anticipation ahead of her latest album, Las Mujeres Ya No Iloran, translated as women no longer cry, she made the announcement on social media on Thursday.

"My new album, coming out March 22, is one I created together with all of you, my pack of shewolves who were there for me [at] every step of the way," the Waka Waka hitmaker began in the caption.

She went on to shed light on the making of this album, saying, "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," Shakira, 46, added.

Shortly after the post was shared, her fans were quickly rallied to the comments section to express their excitement over the release of the new album.

One fan wrote enthusiastically, "OMG!!!! So ready for this!!!! How exciting!!!! You have ALWAYS been a QUEEN!!! Can't wait!!! We love you!!! Come soon [heart eyes emoji]"

A second user commented, "Finally the wait is over [crying emojis] (good thing Shakira understands Portuguese because I can't express how excited I am in Spanish)"

The forthcoming album enclosed 16 tracks, giving away eight new songs and a remix, including seven previously released singles: TQG with Karol G; Music Sessions Vol. 53 with Bizarrap; Copa Vacía with Manuel Turizo; Te Felicito with Rauw Alejandro, and more.

Shakira’s last album, El Dorado, was dropped in 2017 and featured collaborations with Carlos Vives, Maluma, Prince Royce, Nicky Jam, and more.