Dedicated to Pique? Shakira reveals previews of ‘Monotonia’, her song with Ozuna

“It wasn’t your fault and it wasn’t mine.
It was the monotony’s fault.
I never said anything but it hurt me
I knew this would happen”

This is one of the Verses of ‘Monotonia’, Shakira’s new song in the company of singer Ozuna, which excited the thousands of followers of the singer from Barranquilla. For many, this is a clear message from the artist to her ex-husband, soccer player Gerard Piqué.

Shakira continues to be in the scrutiny of the media and social networks, after her controversial love break with the central defender of FC Barcelona, ​​Gerard Piqué. However, his legal mess with his ex-partner has not been an impediment to continue creating music and shine in the world of international entertainment.

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As is customary in the music industry, with its marketing strategies, Without a doubt, Shakira is making the most of the situation that he is going through with the Catalan, because the attention is focused on the outcome of the legal dispute between the two, and the premiere of a song at this time is ideal to become a trending topic.

‘Monotonia’ clears up the comments that Shakira had aroused when she talked about her relationship with Ozuna, the singer from Puerto Rico, with whom she recorded the video for the song in Barcelona.

As always, people began to talk, it was said that the two had some relationship, which once again aroused morbidity. In her social networks, Shakira responded to a message from Ozuna, after the message: “How beautiful you are.”

For his part, the Puerto Rican singer Ozuna released a few days ago his new album, “Ozutochi”, composed of 18 songs, and announced that it will present some songs for the first time in the famous neighborhood of La Perla, in San Juan.

The singer’s fifth album integrates multiple collaborations with artists from different genres such as Arcángel, J Balvin, Omega, Pedro Capó, Tini, Chencho Corleone, Randy and Tokischa.

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The album covers themes about love such as “Mar Chiquita”, together with the Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Pedro Capó, which includes native rhythms from Puerto Rico, and the duet with the Argentine Tini, “Un Reel”, which is a melody with a sensual rhythm.

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Dedicated to Pique? Shakira reveals previews of ‘Monotonia’, her song with Ozuna