She Wolf - The ALBUM
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Jul 12 2009, 07:04 PM
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She Wolf set to be cub classic
Published: 11 Jul 2009
I WONDERED if ANDY MURRAY had been to many gigs when he once told me SHAKIRA’s was the best he’d seen.
But I met the Colombian stunner and all that “hips not lying” business was nonsense — this pop goddess’s do.
She’s 32 but has the waist of an 18-year-old.
I nipped over to West London to hear her new album She Wolf, and Shakira told me: “I wish I’d known Andy Murray liked my gig. I would have invited him backstage.
“I love tennis. He’s a great player and actually quite handsome. I like his accent.”
The new tunes are nightclub dynamite and should guarantee more chart success.
And I’m not just saying that because she’s fit. SAM ENDICOTT is one of her co-writers and PHARRELL WILLIAMS produced a track.
EXCLUSIVE: SHAKIRA ALBUM IS A DANCE-RIOT
11th July 2009
By James Cabooter
COLOMBIAN hip-shaker Shakira plans to hit fans with a “big bottom end” on upcoming new album She-Wolf.
The babe has hooked up with N*E*R*D’s in- demand producer Pharrell Williams, 36, to unleash her most dance-orientated opus yet.
Playlist’s James Cabooter headed to a London studio to hear Shakira polishing off the record, which is due out on September 21.
She said: “It’s all about the bottom end.
"I really wanted to explore different dance beats and cultures on the new record.
"I did my research and looked into different kinds of rhythm.
“Plus Pharrell is a genius with beats so it came together really fast.”
The end result boasts some of Shakira’s hardest-hitting club anthems yet.
She dabbles with North African melodies on a track called One More, while another funky highlight Good Stuff features a cool eastern flavour.
Shak, 32, said: “I’m always trying new things.
"It’s important for me to keep interested.
“But the main thing was I wanted to be able to dance to this record.”
Since conquering Europe with her last album Oral Fixation Volumes 1 and 2, Shakira’s Colombian fans have accused her of abandoning them.
But the girl is keen to do all she can to keep everybody happy.
She said: “I’ve been travelling a lot so I’m not in Colombia as much.
"But I always try and do both Spanish and English language songs.”
The kick-ass title track is destined to become one of the biggest hits of the year
Shakira said: “It’s about a domestic girl who breaks free.
I think we all have the wolf in us waiting to come out.”
And with help from The Bravery’s Sam Endicott, 34, and singer-songwriter Amanda Ghost, She-Wolf is destined to be howling its way to No 1.
I could probably throw my pen and hit Shakira in the head
3:12 PM Jul 9th from Tweetie
I just touched her hip (no lie)
3:53 PM Jul 9th from Tweetie
She played some new album tracks, there is one song called Did It Again which Pharrell co-produced / co-wrote that is AMAZING
4:01 PM Jul 9th from Tweetie
@RyanJL I KNOW!!!! Also there is a new Shakira song with 'I am not a waiter' or something. POP MUSIC VS RESTAURANT STAFF ROUND ONE
15 minutes ago from web in reply to RyanJL
Sounds like it's gonna be great! I'm glad she's gone for an upbeat album. I love her ballads but I feel like it was about time she did album full of banging tunes.
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