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Started by Alex Martin, August 19, 2011, 10:14:07 AM

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African trance-inspired album? I'm curious to hear what that could sound like, particularly when you couple it with the Latin-American vibes Shakira will throw into the mix anyway.

It's funny how there's no way around Dr.Luke, RedOne and Max these days. Will be interesting to see how long this will last, and what the next trend will be. And if Max can again adapt his style to the current trends, which I'm pretty sure he can do, like he's done in the past.


This is amazing news. Shakira is one of my favorite artists and Laundry Service is one of my favorite albums from any artist. I'm really looking forward to this!!!
"I was writing with Max Martin and Johan Shellback who are two of my absolute songwriting heroes, they are just absolute melodic geniuses." - Taylor Alison Swift,  August 2012


Great news , the album will be a hit in spain  :)


wow, this is a surprise. it should be great!


i love it when max works with new artists. fingers crossed  ;D


I really like this one, but feels more like a filler rather than a lead single.


Yeah... it feels a bit too generic for Shakira. Also I kinda hate the main keyboard synth in the chorus, it sounds cheap


Maybe it's to favour live singing because more often than not live singing pop songs results on the singer letting the background play and drowning their own vocals.


I was really excited because Ian Kirkpatrick is a wonderful producer and Emily Warren is great too but I found it pretty boring.


The song is okay. I still think its gonna get played a lot on the radio.


Quote from: getawaydriver on July 24, 2021, 05:23:04 PM
So Ian Kirkpatrick has said he hates the song lmaooo.

He said she wanted to release it in demo form and didn't want it to be mixed and that she shouldn't be credited as a producer haha.

Where's that?

I still think is an awful song and I agree with his feelings.


Ian's speaking truth hahaha