SHAKIRA’S EL DORADO NOMINATED FOR BEST LATIN POP ALBUM AT THE 60TH ANNUAL GRAMMY® AWARDS
EL DORADO WINS BEST CONTEMPORARY POP VOCAL ALBUM AT THE 18th ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY® AWARDS
SHAKIRA MAINTAINS HER RECORD OF MOST LATIN GRAMMYS WON BY A FEMALE ARTIST
Thirteen-time GRAMMY® Award-winner and international superstar Shakira has been nominated for Best Latin Pop Album at the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards for El Dorado. Shakira also took home the Latin GRAMMY® Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album at the 18th Annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards for El Dorado. Hosted by Jaime Camil and Roselyn Sánchez, the awards took place at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on November 16, 2017.
In addition to its Latin GRAMMY® win, El Dorado has enjoyed huge successes – spending 25 weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Latin Pop charts, 20 of which were consecutive and the latest single “Perro Fiel” is the #1 song on Latin Pop radio this week.
With eleven Latin GRAMMY® awards, Shakira is the most awarded female artist of all time. Hosted by James Corden, the 60th Annual GRAMMY®Awards will air live from Madison Square Garden in New York City on January 28, 2018 on CBS at 7:30PM EST.
Over the course of her career, Colombian singer-songwriter and GRAMMY® winner Shakira has sold over 60 million records worldwide and has won numerous awards including two GRAMMYs®, eight Latin GRAMMYs®, and several World Music Awards, American Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards, to name a few. She is the only artist from South America to have a number one song in the US, and has had four of the 20 top-selling hits of the last decade. At the age of 18, she founded the Pies Descalzos (Barefoot) Foundation which currently provides education and nutrition to over six thousand impoverished children in Colombia and is expanding its work to other countries, including newly launched projects in Haiti and South Africa. In October 2011, Shakira was named a member of President Obama’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. Shakiraserved as coach on the 4th and 6th season of “The Voice,” NBC’s hit reality vocal competition series that searches for the nation’s best voice. Her tenth studio album “Shakira” was released in 2014, featuring hits such as “Can’t Remember to Forget You,” with Rihanna and “La La La (Brazil 2014)” which she performed at the finals of Fifa’s World Cup 2014 in Brazil. In 2016, she starred as Gazelle in Disney’s record-breaking film “Zootopia,” as well as contributing to its soundtrack with “Try Everything”. In June, she launched “La Bicicleta” with fellow Colombian artist Carlos Vives, which broke records in Colombia when it remained #1 for 18 consecutive weeks and spent 13 weeks at #1 in Spain, as well as reaching #1 on US Latin iTunes. The video, shot in Shakira and Carlos’s hometowns of Barranquilla and Santa Marta, respectively, has over one billion views on Vevo to date. It was followed up by the seductive track “Chantaje” (Blackmail) feat. Maluma. With over 1.9 billion views on YouTube, it is one of the platform’s biggest Latin hits in history. It also reached #1 on the “Latin Airplay” chart and was certified 16x platinum by RIAA. Following “Chantaje,” the music video for “Déjà vu” has reached over 251M views, “Me Enamoré,” co-directed by Shakira has over 484M views, and her most recently released video, “Perro Fiel” featuring Nicky Jam, is at over 300 million views. Shakira recently released her 11th studio album, “El Dorado” which was recorded primarily in Spanish. Upon release, the album charted #1 on iTunes in 37 countries.