Shakira begins her world tour this fall supporting her new album “El Dorado,” the singer’s 11th album. The tour starts with a European run in November, and the North American leg of the tour kicks off in Orlando this January 2018. With concerts scheduled in Sunrise and Miami in the Sunshine State, Shakira will continue across the U.S. to Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and much more. “El Dorado” has been anticipated with lots of enthusiasm by fans all over the world since Shakira’s last album was released three years ago in 2014. After suffering from writer’s block the Colombian singer releases her songs at her own pace, eliminating the pressure of an album debut schedule.
The new album dropped in May and has been spinning on radio stations everywhere. Songs like “Nada,” and “La Bicicleta,“ features Colombian singer Carlos Vives and “Chantaje” alongside fellow singer Maluma, also Colombian. It was released last October and was Number one on Hot Latin Songs for 11 weeks. The track has a contagious rhythm that stays in your head after the radio is shut off.
The song hit number 96 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is the singer’s 19th hit in such list.
Another favorite among fans is “Me Enamoré” currently number five (No. 5) on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs. The album also includes collaborations with other artists like Dominican-American singer Prince Royce with the song “Déjà vu.” “Perro Fiel” with Puerto Rican artist Nicky Jam, and “Comme Moi,” with French rapper, Black Mesrimes.
“El Dorado’s” tracks are mostly in Spanish. However, it also includes a few singles in English like “When a Woman” and “What We Said,” for her English speaking audience.