Shakira, eleventh studio album could be called “El Dorado”

El Dorado” is the upcoming eleventh and almost certainly bilingual studio album by Colombian pop star Shakira, which is scheduled to be released apparently on May 26th via RCA and Sony Latin.

In 2015, Shakira released a collaboration with Mexican rock band Maná called “Mi verdad“, and according to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, she has also worked in the studio with Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz and also with Nasri from MAGIC! and Supa Dups.

In 2016, she recorded the main theme of Disney’s film Zootopia called “Try Everything”, released on January 8th and she also joined forces with Carlos Vives on summer anthem “La bicicleta”, launched on May 27th.

Shakira has also confirmed upcoming collaborations with Sean Paul, David Guetta and allegedly with Calvin Harris. Recently, the singer has also hit the studio with Colombian star Maluma.

During a recent interview at TV3’s Fora de Sèrie show, Gerard Piqué has confirmed that there’s a new song coming out really soon and includes a special word in Catalan. He said:

We will get a new song soon including a word in Catalan that you’ll see, very significant, very nice. Another song talking about me? I’m afraid so!

The lead single from the project “Chantaje” featuring Maluma was premiered on October 28th. Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Nicky Jam has confirmed upcoming collaboration with Shakira.

“Me enamoré” was released as the project’s second single on April 7th. Apparently, with the pre-order of the album, the singer could release the anticipated Nicky Jam’s collaboration rumored to be called “Perro fiel“.



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