Is it Shakira’s ‘Into the fire’ collaboration with Ed Sheeran that the musician confirmed to Rolling Stone?

Is it Shakira’s ‘Into the fire’ collaboration with Ed Sheeran that the musician confirmed to Rolling Stone?

The new recording project of Shakira, planned initially for 2023, is still the topic of discussion among many. This is not only because her recent releases, including “Monotonía,” have been successful on charts worldwide, but also because it appears that there is much more to anticipate. Ed Sheeran, in an interview with Rolling Stone, confirmed that he was part of the songwriting team for this highly anticipated album.

The Brit revealed that his Latin side would play a prominent role in the near future, as he is currently working on a project that includes artists such as J Balvin, Burna Boy, Daddy Yankee, and Shakira herself. He stated, “I wrote it in English, and they translated it into Spanish in the studio.” It was during this conversation that the Englishman disclosed that he also writes for the Barranquilla news.

At this time, there is no confirmation from Shakira or her record company that this studio work will see the light of day. Because this is not the first time that the work of the composers bears fruit in a song that ends up sleeping the sleep of the righteous in a drawer.

And so we were between doubt and expectation yesterday when the internet came to life in what appeared to be a supposed leak of the tracklist for Shakira’s aforementioned new album. And by the art of birlibirlo, half the planet could see that there was a song signed by Shakira, J Balvin and Ed Sheeran called In the fire.

Considering that the leak guarantees that the album will have collaborations from Coldplay, Bizarrap, Ed Sheeran, J Balvin, Ozuna, Rosalía, Manuel Turizo, Rauw Alejandro, Karol G or Bad Bunny, it should be taken with all caution or caution. in the world… Few give reliability to the screenshot.

Five years have passed since El Dorado, Shakira’s last album, was released. All the while, the star hasn’t stopped working, releasing great songs like Tutu, Me gusta, Girls Like Me, Don’t You Worry, BZRP Music Sessions #53, TQG and those who, in theory, will be their singles: Don’t wait, I congratulate you, Monotony, empty cup…

“I worked on this album. I like it a lot. It’s an album with a lot of electronic sounds. It has a bit of everything too. There’s an urban touch, there’s a rock touch… but I think it’s… well, one of the albums that I’m most proud of. I really want to share it and congratulations, it’s just the appetizer.” Shakira said at the time about the project.

With no release date on the horizon, it seems clear that the rumors will continue to circulate until his new musical adventure is made official. Will Into the fire be part of the songs on your album?

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