Luis Miguel Y Shakira They are among the most successful Latin artists in recent years and, it is also worth explaining in history. They have virtually no records left to break and their songs – which have already become anthems – are known and sung by everyone, Spanish-speaking or not. However, the relationship between them was not the best as far as we can tell.
And it’s in an era where collaborations between Latin artists abound with each other to mutually enhance work and careers, Shakira Y Luis Miguel It is not fruitful. And that was a lot of effort! But the relationship between the two was never the best, apart from the fact that they never shared a moment together.
That’s why Shakira and Luis Miguel never sang together
A few decades ago, Luis Miguel Tried summoning Shakira For joint work. Specifically, “El Sol de Mexico” wanted the Colombian to compose some songs for him and even share a film set. However, according to the magazine “Mira”, Shakira I would have returned the invitation. And it was not very well received. Luismi.
After that comes the first rejection Shakira work with Luis Miguel, made a blunt determination never to attempt a relationship with the Mexican native of Barranquilla again. Thus, then, the careers of both artists followed their respective paths, equally successful, though never touching.
There was another project where the artists could have teamed up, though both closed and neither was a part of it. It is the sequel to “The Legend of Zorro” (2005), “The Mask of Zorro” (1998). Luis Miguel She was going to star in the 1998 film, though she ultimately turned down the role. This did not stop him from seeking a second chance in the 2005 film. Shakira, meanwhile, was also called for “The Legend of Zorro.” However, both artists rejected the call.
The only song that Luis Miguel and Shakira did together
Get over the first rejection Shakira A Luis Miguel -reported by the magazine “Mira”- and according to the outrage that “Sol de México” would cause, there was a song where both artists agreed. Of course, it wasn’t exclusive to the two of them, but they were part of a larger group of Latino artists who expressed solidarity with the harsh reality of Haiti.
It was in 2010, when they created a Latin adaptation of the classic “Somos El Mundo”. Also Shakira Y Luis MiguelThis edition featured Ricky Martin, Jose Luis “El Puma” Rodriguez, Vicente Fernandez, Thalia, Belinda, Daddy Yankee and Juanes, among others.
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