“The best treatment and it is more effective than a session with a psychoanalyst or a psychiatrist,” so described the Colombian star, Shakira, in her first television interview since she released a popular song, in which she attacked her ex-partner, soccer player Gerard Pique.
Shakira said in a half-hour interview on Mexican television that recording “BZRP Music Session #53” in January was a “breather” for her.
She added, “I entered the studio in a certain psychological state and left it in another (…) (the recording) was an excellent and necessary outlet for my recovery and recovery process.”
Shakira continued, “I think I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for this song, and if it wasn’t for me being able to express myself and think about the pain.”
She recounted that it was her ten-year-old son, Milan, who suggested that she cooperate with Argentine producer Bizarab to record a song. And she added, “He told me (you have to do something with Bizarab, he is … the Argentinian).”
Last June, Pique (36 years old) and Shakira announced their separation after they lived together for about 11 years, during which they had two sons (Milan and Sasha).
Shakira attacked Pique and his new Spanish lover, Clara Chia, 23, in the song, which was overshadowed by electronic music with Latin rhythms. (AFP)