It’s a big week for debuts on the Billboard album chart—six of the top 10 are new entries—but the unbeatable beast that is Frozen continues its dominance on top.
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In the clip for the song, which comes from her just-released self-titled album, Shakira is dressed as a ballerina bride at a lovely-looking country wedding. But before she walks down the aisle, she gets cold feet, and the only cure for cold feet is to light yourself on fire.
With her veil torched, she splits the rest of her time in a cartoon-pretty field (perhaps a vineyard?) and dressing in black so she can do back bends in a tower, all the while inviting us to observe when “the stars make love to the universe.”
It’s twice as nutty as that sounds, so you should probably just set aside four minutes for crazy and watch it below:
The video for Shakira and Rihanna’s duet, “Can’t Remember to Forget You,” has arrived.
And what’s on the syllabus for Sexy Amnesiacs 101? The usual: Two totally not Freudian cigars, a little freelance wall humping, some light bedspread butt fondling.
Watch it below:
It’s finally here, the song pop fans have been waiting for: the infamous Ripoll and Fenty collaboration!
Or maybe you know them better by their first names, Shakira and Rihanna. The two international divas have teamed up for their much-touted first song together, a vibey banger called ” Can’t Remember to Forget You.”
Give their new track a listen below:
If you had access to a time machine, would you A) go back to 1980 and buy a bunch of Apple shares, B) inadvertently seduce your mother and sort of invent rock ‘n’ roll, or C) catch a glimpse of 13-year-old Shakira performing her first single?
If you went with option Shakira, then you might be Perez Hilton, who dug up a video of just that. The vintage clip features the now-35-year-old Colombian pop star singing “Magia,” which the dedicated can find on her out-of-print 1991 album of the same name. Enjoy:
Perhaps you are familiar with the hips that cannot lie?
They continue to tell truths in Shakira’s upcoming Live from Paris DVD/CD, out today. Watch below, in an exclusive EW clip of her performing her international 2001 smash “Whenever, Wherever,” as they also tell Gay Paree how to do pelvic contortions typically seen only in Cirque du Soleil, and certain Gumby films perhaps not meant for childrens’ eyes: READ FULL STORY
Last night in Las Vegas, the Latino music community gathered together at the Mandalay Bay Events Center for the 12th annual Latin Grammy Awards. Though the word “Grammys” is in there, the Latin Grammys tends to be a way looser show than its counterpart.
They’re a lot more diverse too: The big winners during last night’s show were Puerto Rican hip-hop collective Calle 13, who walked away with nine prizes (out of 10 total nominations) tied to their fourth album Entren Los Que Quieran. In fact, the only thing that kept them from scoring a clean sweep on their nominations was the fact that they were nominated twice in the same category.
The rest of the show, which aired on Univision and almost certainly clobbered that truly atrocious episode of The Office in the ratings, was a healthy mix of crossover performers and acts like Calle 13 who seem one big English-language single away from a massive break.
Shakira took home two awards (for Person of the Year and for Best Female Pop Album) and also performed a trio of tunes in the evening’s liveliest performances. Pitbull and Marc Anthony re-created their hit “Rain Over Me,” with Pit dropping some of the evening’s few English verses on stage.
However, the evening’s most eye-popping performance might have belonged to Demi Lovato. While the newly red-haired pop star did actually sing on stage, she did most of her head-turning on the red carpet, where she wore a pantsuit the completely redefined the idea of a plunging neckline. That’s an awful lot of cleavage, even for Las Vegas.
Check out the full list of nominees (with the winners in bold italics) after the jump. READ FULL STORY
But whatever’s coming between her sensual coos and the moves she’s pulling off in its video (“Come, pull me closer,” I hear) is okay with me.
After taking dips in a bathtub-turned-ball-pit at a party, she hits the pole—and sheds the wig she’s been using to hide her signature blonde mane—on this Latin-infused reggaeton track. Of course, the results are worth a look (or seven).
Check out the video for “Rabiosa” after the jump.
All-star Japan Relief album on iTunes now: Madonna, Gaga, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Eminem, U2, Elton John, Justin Timberlake, and more contribute 38 hits to $9.99 comp
Dozens of the world’s best-known recording artists have come together for a digital-only album—downloadable today on iTunes for $9.99—with 100% of profits dedicated to relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Japan. (To preview or purchase, click here.)
Songs for Japan features 38 tracks, the majority of them well-known hits, from a remastered version of John Lennon’s “Imagine” and Bob Dylan’s “Shelter from the Storm” to Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie” and Beyonce’s “Irreplaceable.”
Find a full tracklisting after the jump: READ FULL STORY
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