After the explosive announcement that Shakira and Jennifer López are the invited artists to the Super Bowl LIV halftime show on February 2 in Miami, the preparations for the show began with no time to lose.
In an interview with Apple Music's Beats 1, Shakira revealed that she is nervous, but that does not prevent each day from thinking of a new idea to add to the presentation that she will do with the Diva from the Bronx.
"It will be on my birthday! It will be the Holy Grail of entertainment. It is a sporting event, but it is very relevant for us artists," he said in his FaceTime conversation with Zane Lowe. "Jay-Z is producing the show, he called me and asked if I wanted to be a part of it, he mentioned that Jennifer would also be involved and I think it will be an event to celebrate Latino culture and the importance of women in the industry".
And it is that Shakira knows how to move her hips preparing for the Super Bowl at the same time that she is cooking new music. Literally speaking, the Barranquilla woman revealed that her latest musical obsession, the song "Tutu" by her compatriot Camilo and the Puerto Rican Pedro Capó - with a touch of reggaeton and everything - has become a favorite fusion. Just like coffee with milk.
"This song is like a disease. I can't get it out of my head. I decided to go into it and everything started to run. When I made the song 'La Tortura'" - which was basically a reggaeton-based song - people thought I turned crazy. [But] it's like fusion food. It is the same concept; different chefs, with different influences prepare delicious dishes, "says Shakira excited to release the new theme.
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"I can't stop thinking about ideas and taking every input that comes my way becomes inspiration."
Keep going, Shak!
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