Shakira presents the new hit, Monotonía


Shakira presents the new hit, Monotonía

Shakira came back to work after the end of the relationship with Gerard Piqué. The Colombian pop star has announced on social media the release of the new single Monotonia, available from October 19, paired with Ozuna.

And the image of the song is that of a bleeding heart, stabbed by a sword. After twelve years of love, Shakira and Gerard Piqué have broken up, it would seem due to the betrayals perpetuated by the Barcelona soccer player, and financial issues.

Monotonia is a hit that talks about the end of love with Gerard Piqué and to make the message clear, the singer shared a part of the text on social media that explains the reasons for the break: "No fue culpa tuya / Ni tampoco mía / Fue culpa de the monotony - It wasn't your fault / Nor mine / It was the monotony's fault "

Shakira presents the new hit, Monotonía

In a recent interview, the Colombian star confessed to Piqué's deep suffering from the breakup: "This moment is probably one of the darkest and most difficult of my life.

In my case, I think writing music is like going to the shrink, only cheaper. And it helps me heal. There were days when I had to pick up pieces of myself off the floor. And the only way to do it, to really do it, was through music.

It's not easy to talk about, especially because I'm still going through it, because they are in the public eye and ours is momentarily any separation. Regardless of how things ended or how Gerard and I feel for each other as former partners, he is the father of my children.

We have a job to do for these two amazing guys and I am confident that we will find out what is best for their future, their dreams in life and what is a fair solution for everyone involved. And I would appreciate if we were given the space to do it in private.

Since the birth of my children we have settled in Barcelona to give them stability and to allow Pique to continue his career. This is the darkest hour I have ever experienced, my children do not deserve to feel observed or watched every second, photographed at the exit of the school or followed by the paparazzi.

They deserve a normal life."