In the midst of the commotion caused by ‘Monotonia’, the new song by the Colombian singer Shakira In collaboration with Ozuna, It was revealed that the video clip of the song has managed to be crowned #1 on YouTube playlists in more than 30 countries..
According to the platform, the video managed to collect just over 22 million views the next day of its release.
This vast number of views has earned it to be the most viewed audiovisual in 30 countries around the world, including some where Spanish is not the most popular language such as the United States, Ireland, Luxembourg and Norway.
We cannot ignore the support that dozens of nations in Latin America have given to Shakira’s new song, where they stand out: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Likewise, Youtube indicated that the video was placed in the Top 10 of 11 other countries. In Austria, Canada and Sweden it obtained the #2 position; #3 in Italy; #4 in France; #5 in Switzerland; #6 in Denmark and Germany; #8 in the Netherlands; #9 in Portugal and #10 in the UK.
This is how Shakira reacted to the success of ‘Monotonia’
This wave of affection and appreciation for the collaboration with Ozuna has not gone unnoticed by Shakira, who dedicated an emotional message to her fans through her Instagram account.
“Thanks to all my people! Every time I had a hole in my chest, it was you who, with your love and understanding, helped me to repair it,” the Colombian interpreter wrote. to accompany the statistics that mention the countries in which ‘Monotonia’ occupies the first place.
Within her message, she also took the opportunity to thank Ozuna for being part of a topic that is very special to her: “Thanks to Ozu and all of you for the support and love you have given me from the filming to the release of this song.”
It should be noted that ‘Monotonía’ caused a stir not only because it was part of the musical project that would mark his return, since it narrates the grieving process he faced after the end of his relationship with the father of his children, Gerard Piqué.
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