Shakira launches a strong message in her new song

Mexico City.- Shakira is once again in the eye of the hurricane, again for a song.

Recently his success ‘I congratulate you’ caused theories and many say that the lyrics and even the choreography are inspired by his ex Piqué.

She did it again, the singer released a song in which it was clear that she no longer sings to heartbreak but to empowerment.

Last Friday Shakira premiered the song “Don’t You Worry” by the group The Black Eyed Peas and David Guetta and already has more than 8 million views.

What does the song say?

The translated title in Spanish is “don’t worry” and many fans think that it is to calm the gossip about their mood after their breakup.

In the song she assures that ‘it feels very alive’ and ‘it is living its best life’.

This after the news was leaked that Piqué was allegedly unfaithful to him.

“I was down and I got up. Head up and eyes open. I keep getting wiser. And I realized everything is going to be okay.”

This makes it clear again that the singer soon turned the page and is ready to resume her life.

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