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Shakira's 'La La La (Brazil 2014)' Music Video Stars Beau Gerard Pique, Son Milan

May 23, 2014 (4:47 am) GMT
The new music video also features apeparances from Pique's Barcelona teammates including Cesc Fabregas, Lionel Messi and Neymar.

has released a music video for "La La La (Brazil 2014)", her newest World Cup anthem. For the new visuals, which was dropped on Thursday, May 22, the Latin singer recruited a number of soccer players including boyfriend Gerard Pique to make cameos in it.

Shak's beau is seen flashing a huge smile and happily singing a little part of the song alongside his Barcelona teammates like Cesc Fabregas, and . Also making a guest appearance in the clip is Milan, the songstress' son with Pique.

In addition to the athletes' appearances, the video features Shakira showing off some energetic dance moves in a black floor-length dress while a bunch of people are playing soccer.

"La La La (Brazil 2014)", featuring Brazilian musician Carlinhos Brown, is a World Cup-themed rework of her track caled "Dare (La La La)" which appears in her latest self-titled album "".

Shakira teamed up with Activia for the new version. She has said of the partnership, "With 'La La La (Brazil 2014)' we want to make a small contribution so that everybody knows about the outstanding work the World Food Programme is doing to fight hunger."

Shakira's "La La La (Brazil 2014)" (feat. Carlinhos Brown) music video

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