We Finally Know What The Mysterious Robots Meant In Shakira’s Music Videos
Well, Shakira fans, it looks like we finally have the answer to one of fandom’s biggest questions this week: what’s going on with the robots? Eagle-eyed Shakira fans noticed the mysterious robots which appeared to have been photoshopped into the thumbnails of Shakira’s music videos on her official Youtube account. And now we know the reason: Shakira has announced her futuristic new single, “Te Felicito”, featuring none other than Rauw Alejandro.
Announcing the collaboration on Twitter, the Colombian singer shared the pre-save link and the unique artwork, which features her wearing a robotic outfit (almost identical to the robots in the thumbnails), posing alongside Rauw, who also wears a robotic harness. . The “Todo De Ti” singer also shared the collaboration announcement, retweeting Shakira’s announcement with robot emojis. “Te Felicito” is released on April 22.
“Te Felicito” will be Shakira’s last song since last year’s “Don’t Wait Up” and the first song in Spanish since 2020’s “Me Gusta”, a collaboration with Anuel AA.
News of the collaboration of two industry titans obviously set Twitter on fire, with Shakira and “Te Felicito” on Twitter in multiple countries. A Twitter user has shared his (relatable) prediction for the song’s appearance on his Spotify Wrapped.
A user reminded us that Shakira and Rauw are geniuses in their respective musical fields, so their collaboration seems destined to be a hit.
If you’re a fan of “Chantaje” featuring Maluma and Shakira’s “I Like It” Superbowl performance, you’ll know this user is referring to his excellent ability to select only the best talent to collaborate with.
One user called this release to inspire a long-awaited influx of love for Shakira’s return.
“Te Felicito” has all the makings of the first song of summer 2022 – we can’t wait to lose our minds dancing to it on April 22.