Shakira is renowned for her sultry hip-shaking, but she’s taken it to the next level by incorporating her moves on a stripper pole! In her latest music video for “Rabiosa,” which was just released, the 34-year-old Colombian singer sizzles as she shows off her skills on the pole. Additionally, Shaki has changed up her appearance for the video, rocking a new short brunette bob. “Rabiosa” is the third single off Shakira’s most recent album, “Sale El Sol.”
Shakira is undeniably glamorous and her notable feature, her voluptuous butt, is a beauty to behold. It adds to her overall attractiveness and appeal. Her perfectly curved booty is magnetic and captivating, making it hard to take your eyes off them. Shakira’s hot looks and unmatched personality make her all the more irresistible.
Shakira, also known as Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, is a multitalented individual from Colombia. She is an accomplished singer, songwriter, dancer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Growing up in Barranquilla, Shakira discovered her passion for music early on and showcased her diverse taste in Latin, American, Arabic and rock and roll genres while performing at school. Additionally, her impressive belly dancing skills were also on full display. Over the years, Shakira has sold over ten million albums, specifically targeting the Latin American market, since 2001.
In 2001, Shakira released her fifth album in the English language market – Laundry Service. The album’s lead single track, Whenever, Wherever, became one of the most popular singles of 2002, contributing to Shakira’s success. She continued with her sixth and seventh albums, Fijacion Oral, Volumen Uno, and Oral Fixation, Volume Two in 2005.
Shakira’s seventh music album featured the popular song Hips Don’t Lie, which became the top-selling track in the early 2000s. She then created two more albums, She Wolf and Sale el Sol, which were released in 2009 and 2010, respectively. These albums garnered high praise from critics and fans alike. In 2010, Shakira composed the official FIFA World Cup song, titled Waka Waka, which translates to This Time For Africa in English.