New Shakira

  • KepaArg

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    Sep 13, 2010 6:33 PM GMT
    I'm still on the fence with this song, but it's off her upcoming Spanish language album ''Sale el sol''
    http://soundcloud.com/tiazelmira/shakira-loca
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    Sep 15, 2010 4:28 AM GMT
    Upcoming Spanish album HA HA HA HA HA but of course. There's so many damn Latinos in America she doesn't need to appeal to English speaking boors anymore. I suppose this is good for her because she'll be pioneering the continuing Latino music boom in American pop music (about to happen in 10-20 years, just wait until all these Mexikids turn 21). Plus she has more American influence and her songs don't sound like pure carnival shit that most Mexican music sounds like.

    In comparison to music Latino music, this is pretty good. Compared to my tastes, I could probably take a few rounds before I kill myself.
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    Sep 15, 2010 4:39 AM GMT
    JAKEBENSON saidUpcoming Spanish album HA HA HA HA HA but of course. There's so many damn Latinos in America she doesn't need to appeal to English speaking boors anymore. I suppose this is good for her because she'll be pioneering the continuing Latino music boom in American pop music (about to happen in 10-20 years, just wait until all these Mexikids turn 21). Plus she has more American influence and her songs don't sound like pure carnival shit that most Mexican music sounds like.

    In comparison to music Latino music, this is pretty good. Compared to my tastes, I could probably take a few rounds before I kill myself.


    Jake, this is getting rather tiring, I really feel you're just doing it on purpose now

    Latino and Mexican are not the same thing.. she is Colombian and comparing her music to mexican is like comparing chinese food to indian food just cause their both Asian or something... The colombian artists are some of the best and most popular throughout South America and we hve NOTHING AT ALL to do with mexico

    Not to mention she was always huge in Latin America, I dont even like her english speaking stuff (most people in latin America dont)

    And finally, there is no such thing as a Latino boom.. Latin and Brazilian music has had a huge influence on the American market throughout history.. on ppl like Frank Sinatra (one note samba), on the American movie, dance, pop music and musical scene (salsa, mambo, rock n roll, cha cha cha, ball room dance, the musical west side story, to name but a few) Its always been that way and its here t stay..

    Its the same for Caribbean music (reggae, hiphop, dancehall, soca, calypo, all music with Caribbean roots and getting hits in the states since "rum n coca cola")

    Sorry for the rant, but what do you expect if you post such ignorance in front of a latino musician???
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    Sep 15, 2010 5:50 AM GMT
    amar_m said
    JAKEBENSON saidUpcoming Spanish album HA HA HA HA HA but of course. There's so many damn Latinos in America she doesn't need to appeal to English speaking boors anymore. I suppose this is good for her because she'll be pioneering the continuing Latino music boom in American pop music (about to happen in 10-20 years, just wait until all these Mexikids turn 21). Plus she has more American influence and her songs don't sound like pure carnival shit that most Mexican music sounds like.

    In comparison to music Latino music, this is pretty good. Compared to my tastes, I could probably take a few rounds before I kill myself.


    Jake, this is getting rather tiring, I really feel you're just doing it on purpose now

    Latino and Mexican are not the same thing.. she is Colombian and comparing her music to mexican is like comparing chinese food to indian food just cause their both Asian or something... The colombian artists are some of the best and most popular throughout South America and we hve NOTHING AT ALL to do with mexico

    Not to mention she was always huge in Latin America, I dont even like her english speaking stuff (most people in latin America dont)

    And finally, there is no such thing as a Latino boom.. Latin and Brazilian music has had a huge influence on the American market throughout history.. on ppl like Frank Sinatra (one note samba), on the American movie, dance, pop music and musical scene (salsa, mambo, rock n roll, cha cha cha, ball room dance, the musical west side story, to name but a few) Its always been that way and its here t stay..

    Its the same for Caribbean music (reggae, hiphop, dancehall, soca, calypo, all music with Caribbean roots and getting hits in the states since "rum n coca cola")

    Sorry for the rant, but what do you expect if you post such ignorance in front of a latino musician???


    Bow to this.

    and I LOVE all Shakria.
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    Sep 15, 2010 5:55 AM GMT
    P.S. there is an english version of the song also.
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    Sep 15, 2010 6:01 AM GMT
    luvitohateit said
    amar_m said
    JAKEBENSON saidUpcoming Spanish album HA HA HA HA HA but of course. There's so many damn Latinos in America she doesn't need to appeal to English speaking boors anymore. I suppose this is good for her because she'll be pioneering the continuing Latino music boom in American pop music (about to happen in 10-20 years, just wait until all these Mexikids turn 21). Plus she has more American influence and her songs don't sound like pure carnival shit that most Mexican music sounds like.

    In comparison to music Latino music, this is pretty good. Compared to my tastes, I could probably take a few rounds before I kill myself.


    Jake, this is getting rather tiring, I really feel you're just doing it on purpose now

    Latino and Mexican are not the same thing.. she is Colombian and comparing her music to mexican is like comparing chinese food to indian food just cause their both Asian or something... The colombian artists are some of the best and most popular throughout South America and we hve NOTHING AT ALL to do with mexico

    Not to mention she was always huge in Latin America, I dont even like her english speaking stuff (most people in latin America dont)

    And finally, there is no such thing as a Latino boom.. Latin and Brazilian music has had a huge influence on the American market throughout history.. on ppl like Frank Sinatra (one note samba), on the American movie, dance, pop music and musical scene (salsa, mambo, rock n roll, cha cha cha, ball room dance, the musical west side story, to name but a few) Its always been that way and its here t stay..

    Its the same for Caribbean music (reggae, hiphop, dancehall, soca, calypo, all music with Caribbean roots and getting hits in the states since "rum n coca cola")

    Sorry for the rant, but what do you expect if you post such ignorance in front of a latino musician???


    Bow to this.

    and I LOVE all Shakria.


    ditto!!! jake is irritating
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    Sep 15, 2010 6:15 AM GMT
    Oh my.......
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    Sep 15, 2010 6:26 AM GMT
    Alright so lets take the focus off of Jake and put it back where it belongs boys...on the music! And Shakira's hips.

    Im sorry I don't care how how gay you may or may not be, when you see some of the ways she can move her body its one of those "Oh Damn" moments!

    Or maybe thats just me...icon_razz.gif
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    Sep 15, 2010 6:29 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidI don't really consider her Colombian. She is Lebanese from her father. That mean she is prue Lebanese.


    Mother don't count.


    Hell to the no baby, over here, the father doesnt count icon_razz.gif She is South American... like I am, (north American from my father and it dont count )
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    Sep 15, 2010 7:10 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair said
    amar_m said
    sxydrkhair saidI don't really consider her Colombian. She is Lebanese from her father. That mean she is prue Lebanese.


    Mother don't count.


    Hell to the no baby, over here, the father doesnt count icon_razz.gif She is South American... like I am, (north American from my father and it dont count )


    Not in the Middle Eastern world. We go by father because we have our father last name. Our middle name should be our father's first name. lol


    Lol yup, but were not in the middle east, she is born here, not in the middle east ;) Middle east stays where it is, I dont want no middle east in South America lol...

    My lebanese friends always go around having this insane discussion with me "im not this or that identity" because of what they feel it is supposed to be based on what is to me a foreign culture... very interesting to know, but doesnt apply to us.. I am south american by birth, I dont care where my ancestors were from, because at the end of the day, were all African anyway
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    Sep 15, 2010 7:28 AM GMT
    i want old Shakira back, the cool svelte Latin/oriental brunette Alanis Morisette-like Rock chick of the olden days who did alternative stuff, not pop icon_sad.gif

    shakira.jpg

    Shakira_Pies_Descalzos_260x260.jpg

    THIS IS THE REAL SHAKIRA!!! SEE FOR YOURSELF!!!






  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:17 PM GMT
    amar_m said
    sxydrkhair saidI don't really consider her Colombian. She is Lebanese from her father. That mean she is prue Lebanese.


    Mother don't count.


    Hell to the no baby, over here, the father doesnt count icon_razz.gif She is South American... like I am, (north American from my father and it dont count )


    Ditto!!! Shaki is Colombian first and South American second. icon_smile.gif) The Middle East and Lebanon have no claim on her- sorry! icon_smile.gif

    @luvitohateit- yes, I know but I didn't post the english version cause I thought castellano version was better of the two.
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:21 PM GMT
    @Amar

    Here is a new song from her new cd, more true to her roots -



    I really like the lyrics
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:24 PM GMT
    sxydrkhair said
    amar_m said
    sxydrkhair said
    amar_m said
    sxydrkhair saidI don't really consider her Colombian. She is Lebanese from her father. That mean she is prue Lebanese.


    Mother don't count.


    Hell to the no baby, over here, the father doesnt count icon_razz.gif She is South American... like I am, (north American from my father and it dont count )


    Not in the Middle Eastern world. We go by father because we have our father last name. Our middle name should be our father's first name. lol


    Lol yup, but were not in the middle east, she is born here, not in the middle east ;) Middle east stays where it is, I dont want no middle east in South America lol...

    My lebanese friends always go around having this insane discussion with me "im not this or that identity" because of what they feel it is supposed to be based on what is to me a foreign culture... very interesting to know, but doesnt apply to us.. I am south american by birth, I dont care where my ancestors were from, because at the end of the day, were all African anyway


    Hi Amar,

    Have you heard "One-drop rule" in the United States? If your dad is black and your mom is White. Then that will make you Black. The same way with Middle Eastern culture. My friend Ian (IanCT) is half Irish-scottish and other half is Palestinian. So he consider himself Palestinian rather than Irish-Scottish. Because he feel stronger connection with the Palestinian roots than his mother side.

    That's the way it is...


    Your friend may feel that way, but well you can't speak for Shakira! She's 100% Colombian and South American! End!
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:29 PM GMT
    sxydrkhair said
    KepaArg said
    amar_m said
    sxydrkhair saidI don't really consider her Colombian. She is Lebanese from her father. That mean she is prue Lebanese.


    Mother don't count.


    Hell to the no baby, over here, the father doesnt count icon_razz.gif She is South American... like I am, (north American from my father and it dont count )


    Ditto!!! Shaki is Colombian first and South American second. icon_smile.gif) The Middle East and Lebanon have no claim on her- sorry! icon_smile.gif

    @luvitohateit- yes, I know but I didn't post the english version cause I thought castellano version was better of the two.


    Why she always consider herself Lebanese? On the radio, tv and magazine/newsletter she said she is Lebanese and her Lebanese grandma taught her BELLY DANCE.

    Colombian don't dance like Shakira do. Nice try, I love how South Africans wish they have same cultures like the Arabs have.


    She's part Lebanese, yes! But facts are she is Colombian and South American!

    She states she is part Lebanese and that's what influenced her style of dancing, but she's doesn't brag about h er heritage and doesn't go on about it unless asked.

    Umm..I'm South American and not South African- we have the Tango, Samba, Salsa, etc which trump belly dancing.

    You seem to have a problem twisting things to fit your personally agenda, but whatever floats your boat!

    - Also FYI: Shakira is dating another South American an Argentine to be exact so I guess that Arab influece ends there!

    Chau!
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:32 PM GMT
    sxydrkhair said


    Qoutes from the song;

    En Barranquilla se baila así - In Barranquilla we dance like this...(colombian city)

    The song is influenced by South American salsa and cumbia - not Arab roots

    The video is inspired by Carnaval de Barranquilla and Bollywood!

    icon_smile.gif Thanks for sharing
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:33 PM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidNo honey,

    She is HALF, not part


    Half is part! icon_smile.gif Thanks!
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 15, 2010 3:45 PM GMT
    I think this is one of her prettiest songs.

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    Sep 16, 2010 12:45 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair said

    . Nice try, I love how South Americans wish they have same cultures like the Arabs have.


    Dude HOW DARE YOU say something like that about us... I wish could remain respectful right now, I have always had for Arab culture, but to say that we are nothing but Arab wannabes is so disrespecftul I have lost all interest in being nice.. I WILL not be as offensive as you are about Arab culture, but let me suffice to say that I do not want it in my continent and there is a very good reason I prefer to live here than in the middle east, and probably you do too....

    I DO NOT condone being disrespectful towards women ("mother don't count") and towards gay people ... I dont care what the "culture" says, especially if its foreign and it is no way worthy of envy in my opinion

    .... if you say something offensive like that about us again, I WILL report you for offensive comments, buddy or no buddy, I have my limits and you should have yours!!!

    And you can keep your one-drop- rule.. Its hypocritical to the bone... it only applies to non-white blood and is therefore utter bullshit
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    Sep 16, 2010 1:05 AM GMT
    KepaArg said
    sxydrkhair said


    Qoutes from the song;

    En Barranquilla se baila así - In Barranquilla we dance like this...(colombian city)

    The song is influenced by South American salsa and cumbia - not Arab roots

    The video is inspired by Carnaval de Barranquilla and Bollywood!

    icon_smile.gif Thanks for sharing


    LOL just ignore him Arg, he will not let up about his little Arab being superior to South America kick.. just forget about it, its not worth our time discussing
  • MrNomis

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    Sep 16, 2010 1:27 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]amar_m said[/cite]i want old Shakira back, the cool svelte Latin/oriental brunette Alanis Morisette-like Rock chick of the olden days who did alternative stuff, not pop icon_sad.gif

    shakira.jpg

    Shakira_Pies_Descalzos_260x260.jpg

    THIS IS THE REAL SHAKIRA!!! SEE FOR YOURSELF!!!



    quote]

    I want her back as well!! at least i can say i understand what she says when she sings Spanish! icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 16, 2010 1:28 AM GMT
    I love Sharika, own all her english albums and proud to admit that icon_biggrin.gif
    Now time to turn up the volume and shake the honest hips.
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    Sep 16, 2010 3:26 AM GMT
    everyone needs to stfu i dont care wt she is or wt language she sings,i LOVE SHAKIRA. i have all her cds and all her songs on my phone and ipod.lol
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 16, 2010 5:31 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidWhatever you Arabs wanna be. lol


    If you intend to use Wiki as a source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakira
  • KepaArg

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    Sep 16, 2010 5:33 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair saidAccording to Wikipedia... She is no where close to South American people or have Colombian blood.

    "She is the only child of Nidya del Carmen Ripoll Torrado and William Mebarak Chadid, who are of Lebanese, Spaniard (specifically Catalan) and Italian descent."

    Her father is 100% Lebanese and her mother is Italian and Spaniard.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shakira

    Nice try! icon_smile.gif

    This proves she is Lebanese (OOOoooOOOOO one fing drop!!!!!!!!!!!!), Spanis and Italian....icon_smile.gif

    You have no Palestian power over my thoughts or hers! LOSER

    Thanks though- Sour Puss- At least I have a country to call home ( OH AND SHAKIRA IS FUCKING AN ARGENTINE GUY!!!!!)