The sexy and very talented Colombian artist Shakira capitated the world with her grace and charm. Before becoming a judge on NBC’s “The Voice,” The humble star entertained the world with her voice, presence, and dance. With the release of her self-titled 10th album, she continues to delight her loyal fans as well as newcomers. According to Veronica Little review today, she points out the seasoned musician's new album is more like the B-Sides from her 2005 album “Oral Fixation, Vol 2.”
The review also points out a track on the album that is pretty good but also seems very out of place.
“A rather shocking collaborator on the album is country heartthrob Blake Shelton. Though their careers have intertwined on the popular NBC show “The Voice” (2011-present), the product of their teamwork — a song called “Medicine” — is a surprising nugget on the album. Unabashedly embracing both country music and sentimentality, “Medicine” is an interesting experiment in the influence of genre over individual style. Though it’s not the best track on the album, the song holds its own, even on an album on where it is seemingly out of place.”
Now before we go on any further about Shakira’s new album, lets go on a brief journey and highlight her previous albums from the past.