"Addicted to You", the new video by Shakira

Shakira he shakes his hips again in “Addicted to You”, his new video shot in Los Angeles just released that we can already see. It was the director of the moment, Anthony Mandler, who got behind the camera to direct the 35-year-old Colombian. "I'm addicted to you, because your skin is a vice. Baby I'm addicted to you, I want you to let yourself be loved”, Shakira sings in Spanglish on this theme, which is included in her latest work 'Sale el Sol', published in 2011.

Let us remember that last month, Shakira, who is based in Spain, was invited by the Colombian government to sing the National Anthem at the VI Summit of the Americas, in the city of Cartagena de Indias, and there he ended up ruining the version by confusing the lyrics in some passages: instead of saying "sublime freedom", he said "the freedom of ublime", And he also changed "the furrow of pains" for the original "in furrows of pains".

Weeks ago we saw of  Shakira a promotional video for the DVD 'Live from Paris', released in December 2011, where he does a particular version of the Metallica classic “Nothing else matters”. The material was recorded live at the Palais de Bercy in the French capital, during their 'Sale el Sol' tour, which ended in mid-October 2011, after offering 112 concerts in forty-two countries, with more than two millions of people witnessed his shows.

Via | JustJared

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