Shakira Nassau
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MIAMI - Shakira has unveiled her latest song: it's called "Nassau," a track from her much-anticipated album "Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran," set for release on March 22. This song is not just a melodic addition to her new album; it's a personal revelation, illustrating her journey through pain towards new love. With a beach providing a serene backdrop, the song carries an air of intimacy and personal reflection.

In her own words, Shakira shared insights about the song's significance. "This song, Nassau, is my take on Afrobeat. It's featured on my new album 'Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran' coming on March 22," she said, offering a glimpse into her creative process and the cultural influences that shaped this track. The mention of Afrobeat not only highlights her musical versatility but also hints at the rhythmic and emotional depth the song promises.

The lyrics of "Nassau" have sparked a frenzy among fans, particularly because they are in sharp contrast with the themes of her earlier songs on the album, like "Monotonía with Ozuna, "Copa Vacía" with Manuel Turizo, "TQG" with Karol G, and her biggest hit, her session with Bizarrap. These tracks, as Shakira revealed, were inspired by her painful split with Gerard Piqué and dealt with themes of betrayal and heartache.

Shakira heals

However, "Nassau" marks a distinct turn in her narrative. The song's excerpt says: "

I had promised I'd never fall in love again, but then you came along to heal the wounds left by another. I had those feelings locked and sealed, but what can I do? I'm too drawn to you."

It shows a journey from darkness back into light, hinting at the emergence of a new love in her life.


This song Nassau is my take on Afrobeat 🌴 - it’s on my new album Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran coming MARCH 22

♬ original sound - Shakira

"Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran"

This pivot in her musical expression is emblematic of Shakira's resilience and her ability to transform personal challenges into art. Her songs from "Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran" chronicle a range of emotions, from the sorrow and disillusionment of heartbreak to the hopeful horizons of new love, as reflected in "Nassau."

As the release date approaches, fans are eager to dive into the full experience of "Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran." Each track promises to be a window into Shakira's soul, showcasing her journey through life's ups and downs.

Among the standout tracks are "Puntería," featuring Cardi B, "La Fuerte" with Bizarrap, "⁠(Entre Paréntesis)" with Grupo Frontera, and "Cohete" alongside Rauw Alejandro. The album also includes a special remix of "Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53" by Tiësto, adding an electrifying dimension to Shakira's already versatile sound. "Tiempo Sin Verte," "Cómo Dónde y Cuándo," "Nassau," and "⁠Última" are the names of her solo songs.

The rest of the songs are her hits since "Monotonía" with Ozuna, which came out in October 2022.

Shakira's ability to intertwine her personal experiences with universal themes in her music has long been a hallmark of her career. As she evolves both personally and artistically, her songs continue to resonate with audiences worldwide, making "Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran" one of the most anticipated albums of the year.

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