Shakira Weeps DIAMONDS! New Album Explores Heartbreak & Rebirth! (Release Date Revealed!)

Tears turn to jewels as Shakira unveils emotional new album "Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran". 7 years in the making, it reflects heartbreak & healing.

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Shakira is sobbing diamonds on the cover of her new album, Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran. The record, which will be released on March 22, is her first full-length studio album in seven years and captures the alterations she has endured since then.

“Creating this body of art was an alchemical process. “While writing each song, I was rebuilding myself,” Shakira explained in a statement. “While singing them, my tears transformed into diamonds, and my vulnerability into strength.”

Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran will have 16 tracks, including previously released singles “BZRP Music Sessions Vol. 53” with Bizarrap, “TQG” with Karol G, “Te Felicito” with Rauw Alejandro, and “Copa Vacía” with Manuel Turizo.

The milestone also comes after a year of career highs for Shakira. In 2023, she won Song of the Year and Best Pop Song at the Latin Grammy Awards for “BZRP Music Sessions Vol. 53,” which also set over a dozen world records. The electropop tune, which targeted the singer’s ex-husband, Gerard Piqué, had 80.6 million Spotify listens in its first week of release. It presently has more than 885 million streams.

Shakira also received the 2023 Video Vanguard Award from the MTV Video Music Awards. She gave a career-spanning medley of classics before collecting her prize, ending her address in Spanish with a happy message.

“This is for my people,” she explained. “Thank you to the Latin American people both inside and outside of our country for motivating me and instilling in me the strength and will to persevere. “I love you.”

El Dorado, the singer’s final album, was released in 2017 and includes duets with Maluma, Nicky Jam, Prince Royce, Carlos Vives, and others.

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