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Shakira: 25-Year Career In Her Top 10 Tracks Hits

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Shakira Completes Her 25 Years In Music Industry

Shakira: 25-Year Career In Her Top 10 Tracks Hits: No one would have thought that a raven-haired rocker from Barranquilla, Colombia, would have such an impact. In other words, 25 years ago, 18-year-old Shakira, after failing two albums, was given a third and final chance with a little LP called Pies Descalzos, or “Bare Feet.”

Shakira completes her 25 years in music industry
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In addition, Shakira bared her soul, and the world introduced to herself to the strikingly poetic lyricism. The raven-haired rocker evolved with her music through the years. In addition, the free-spirited Shakira essence remained the same. She was even helping to set the stage for Latin music’s global crossover. Recently also at the Super Bowl halftime show.

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In addition, the raven-haired rocker with an electric guitar got herself some red highlights, later expanding her repertoire with her second major-label album, 1998’s ΒΏDΓ³nde EstΓ‘n Los Ladrones?, blending Latin rock with elements of pop and Middle Eastern influences reflecting her Lebanese heritage.

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In addition, she also discovered how to use her whole body as an instrument to the music, belly-dancing on “Ojos AsΓ­.” Although, Pies laid the groundwork for Shakira’s for Latin music while Ladrones established her as a bonafide superstar in that scene.

Shakira’s Best Career Moments With 10 Of Her Biggest Hits

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Expanding her success in any market or language, with no limits. Besides, she always switches up, as soon you believed you had her figured out. As a result, We’re breaking down Shakira’s 25 years of LatinXcellence, into Shakira’s best career moments with 10 of her biggest hits.

“Estoy AquΓ­” (1995)

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"Estoy AquΓ­" (1995)
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“Ciega, Sordomuda” (1998)

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"Ciega, Sordomuda" (1998)
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“Ojos AsΓ­” (2000)

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"Ojos AsΓ­" (2000)
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“Whenever, Wherever” (2001)

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"Whenever, Wherever" (2001)
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“La Tortura” (2005)

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"La Tortura" (2005)
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“Hips Don’t Lie” (2006)

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"Hips Don't Lie" (2006)
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“Beautiful Liar” (2007)

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"Beautiful Liar" (2007)
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“She Wolf” (2009)

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"She Wolf" (2009)
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“Waka, Waka (This Time for Africa)” (2010)

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"Waka, Waka (This Time for Africa)" (2010)
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“Chantaje” (2016)

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"Chantaje" (2016)
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