The song became a massive hit associated with the FIFA World Cup, selling over 15 million downloads.
Sung for the Disney movie Zootopia, this upbeat pop song expresses determination despite the possibility of failure.
Known for its electro-pop sound and distinctive howling, the song achieved platinum or double-platinum status in multiple countries.
Collaborating with Wyclef Jean, this song became Shakira's sole number one single in the United States.
Featuring a collaboration with fellow Colombian singer Maluma, the song's dual perspectives led to chart-topping success in five countries.
A dialogue between protagonists sung by Shakira and Alejandro Sanz, addressing emotional torture and infidelity.
A successful collaboration with Maluma, despite not being part of a studio album, the song topped charts in seven countries.
Originally a demo by Nicky Jam, Shakira incorporated it into her album "El Dorado," with a music video referencing the legend of El Dorado.
A collaboration with Rihanna, this song garnered mixed reactions due to its blend of influences.
One of Shakira's most recognizable songs, it enabled her breakthrough in English-speaking markets and maintains its magic even after two decades.
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