Shakira Unveils Self-Titled Album Tracklist
Shakira has unveiled the full tracklist of her upcoming self-titled album, "Shakira". The deluxe edition of the record will feature 15 new songs including her collaboration with Rihanna, "Can't Remember to Forget You".
The track was released as the lead single off the new album and it has peaked at No. 15 on Billboard 100. The rock/reggae-tinged song is followed up by second single "Empire" which was dropped in late February.
Also making the cut is her collaboration with fellow "The Voice" coach Blake Shelton. Titled "Medicine", the new song has been described by the Latin singer as "a country, folk song." In a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest, she said that she wrote the song with "some people from Nashville."
Other songs on the records include "Cut Me Deep", which was recorded with Canadian reggae-pop band Magic!, and "Dare (La La La)", which was originally planned to be released as a single in 2012 but later got scrapped due to her pregnancy.
Marking the star's fourth English studio effort, "Shakira" is scheduled to hit the stores on March 25.
In other Shakira-related news, the mother of one has been announced as a performer on "The Voice (UK)". She is slated to perform "Can't Remember to Forget You" in the March 29 episode of the singing show that airs on BBC.
- "Dare (La La La)"
- "Can't Remember to Forget You" (featuring Rihanna)
- "You Don't Care About Me"
- "Cut Me Deep" (featuring Magic!)
- "Broken Record"
- "Medicine" (featuring Blake Shelton)
- "The One Thing"
- "Nunca Me Acuerdo de Olvidarte" ("Can't Remember to Forget You" in Spanish)
- "Loca por Ti"
- "La La La"
- "Chasing Shadows"
- "That Way"
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