April 1, 2023

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How much does Shakira earn from her recent songs in which she hits Big?

Shakira and Big


Colombian singer Shakira tried to release songs attacking her ex-boyfriend Gerard Pique, a former Barcelona defender, but at the same time made a lot of financial profit as a result of these songs.

And the 46-year-old singer has proven her musical revenge on her ex-boyfriend to be extremely lucrative with her latest single “TQG” featuring Carol G.

The song’s lyrics continue with Shakira talking about her previous relationship with PQ, and the song contains lyrics about the pain she feels when she sees him with her new boyfriend, and Shakira reveals that she is still traumatized by her breakup. From Pique, after a 12-year relationship.

According to Activos’ calculations based on copies of these songs on Spotify and YouTube, based on the amount each platform pays per view, these new works have so far generated €21 million in revenue.

His track with “BZRP 350” has over 1 million views on YouTube and Spotify alone. “Monotony” and “I’m Wishing You” came next, not much difference as they received 206 million and 477 million respectively.

Spanish newspaper “Sport” said that Spotify pays 0.037 cents and YouTube 0.0069 cents per view. It should be taken into account that Shakira’s latest song was released within 48 hours and is one of the most listened to songs. day

The song adds another million or two million copies every hour, especially in the US market and the South American market, with the time difference of the two continents from Europe’s time.

Carol G and Shakira don’t take kindly to their former friends, which brings the meanings and projections of the previous relationship to a very vivid level.

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The international singer has used her recent songs to talk about other scandals she has been involved in, singing in part of the song “Bisarap”: “I left my mother-in-law as a neighbor, the press and treasury debts at the door.”

The phrase refers to the singer’s dispute with Spanish tax authorities, who she accused of paying €14.5 million in taxes between 2012 and 2014 by pretending not to live in Spain.

The artist’s defense insisted that Shakira did not live in Spain until 2015 and therefore should not pay taxes there.

Despite this, the Public Prosecutor’s Office confirms that the Colombian singer has spent 183 days or more in Spain, which is a condition imposed by law for a citizen to be considered a tax resident. Therefore, the public prosecutor’s office demanded that he be sentenced to more than eight years in prison and a fine of 23.8 million euros.