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In the Music Video for “Monotona,” Shakira Defends Her Heart With Ozuna.

who earlier this year announced that she was no longer together with Gerard Piqué — released her music “Monotona” alongside Ozuna. The Colombian singer seems to be making a reference, at least indirectly, in her new song to the dissolution of her marriage to Piqué.

In the clip, she is minding her own business, shopping for snacks, when she is genuinely taken aback when she finds a previous love played by Ozuna. In this case, the former love was played by Ozuna. During the confrontation, her former lover wounds her by shooting her in the chest. But in spite of the terrible event, she finds a method to care for her missing heart, even as people walk all over it on the street. This demonstrates that she is resilient, even in the middle of a significant amount of emotional anguish.

The singer who is known for the song “Hips Don’t Lie” has been teasing the release of the song for several days by sharing videos of herself singing a cappella versions of lyrics from the song, including “No fue culpa tuya/Ni tampoco ma/Fue culpa de la monotonia.” “Neither you nor I were to blame; boredom was to blame,” the saying goes.

Shakira has also distributed a preview for the music video, in which she can be seen shopping for groceries while her song “Te Felicito” with Rauw Alejandro plays in the background.

She uploaded a video of the single’s cover art to Instagram, in which the title of the track is written in front of a heart that has a sword piercing it. On the post, Ozuna referred to the couple as “A small king with a wonderful queen.” Shakira appears to be holding what appears to be a human heart in another post.

In the Music Video for "Monotona," Shakira Defends Her Heart With Ozuna.

“Up until now, I’ve kept my silence while I tried to take everything in. “It’s difficult to talk about it, especially because I’m still going through it, because I’m in the public eye, and because our separation is not like a typical split,” she added. “It’s hard to talk about it, especially because I’m still going through it.” “As a result, not only has it been difficult for me, but also for my children. Extremely difficult to accomplish. I’m always being followed by paparazzi who set up shop in front of my residence.

Shakira continued, “I feel that in this period of my life, which is probably one of the most challenging and darkest hours of my life, music has brought light.” “Everything I go through is mirrored in the lyrics I create… when the glove fits, it fits,” Shakira remarked in reference to the song “Te Felicito,” which she co-wrote with Rauw Alejandro. “When the glove fits, it fits.”

She also revealed to the publication that she is now working on an album that would contain music in both English and Spanish. She went on to say that writing songs has been her form of therapy throughout this difficult period.

“I can’t tell you how excited I am about… how satisfying it has been for me to go through this entire process. How beneficial the therapy is as well. I had the impression that I had completed my record,” she explained. “But every time I get in the studio to do, like, one line or something, or to mix a song that’s almost ready to come out, then I end up with new music because I feel creative right now, and I feel like that is an incredible outlet for me to make sense of things,” he said. “I feel like it’s an incredible outlet for me to make sense of the things that are going on in my life.”

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