Shakira Cozies Up to Rihanna in Teaser Pic for 'Can't Remember to Forget You' Video
Shakira has posted a new sneak-peek photo from her anticipated "Can't Remember to Forget You" music video. In the photo that arrived via her Instagram on Wednesday, January 29, the Latin star can be seen smoking a cigar while lying down next to her collaborator Rihanna.
"The video for #CantRememberToForgetYou ft Rihanna (@badgalriri) is coming TOMORROW!! Excited to share it with you guys!" she captioned the sexy snap. Directed by Joseph Kahn, the full video will premiere on Vevo on Thursday, January 30.
Shakira has also dropped a behind-the-scenes video for her new project. The 56-second clip titled "Shakira / Rihanna: Making of Can't Remember To Forget You" gives glimpses at the coach of "The Voice" playing her guitar, taking a dip in a pool and sharing an intimate moment with RiRi.
"This song 'Can't Remember to Forget You' combines both the reggae and the rock spirit, that's why I thought Rihanna was perfect. She was the other half of this," Shakira describes the song in the video.
The track is the lead cut off Shakira's self-titled new album, "Shakira", which is due out on March 25. "I'm so happy that I will soon be sharing my latest album with you all, something I've been working on for over two years now," she recently said of her fifth record.
"I realized that it's not exactly a thematic album, though love is and always has been one of my main subjects and sources for inspiration," she added.
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