Although it was originally scheduled to hit U.S. stores on October 13, the third English studio album from the Columbian singer will not come out until mid-November.
Fans apparently have to wait longer to get a hold of Shakira's "She Wolf". The third English studio album, which was set to be released in U.S. stores on October 13, reportedly will not arrive until more than a month later. In the store section of record label Epic Records' site, the singer's latest effort is listed to be released on November 17.
Of the upcoming album, the 32-year-old has opened up to MTV earlier about what to expect. "It's a very electronic album," she stated. "Dance-oriented. Club-oriented. I want people to have fun with it. Forget about the troubles. Forget about the crisis. Forget everything for a minute - at least while they listen to the music."
For "She Wolf", the Columbian songstress teamed up with Pharrell Williams and Wyclef Jean. She incorporates elements of Colombian, Indian, Middle Eastern and African musical styles in this studio project. Lead single which title is also "She Wolf" has been released and topped U.S. Billboard Latin Songs. A music video for the track has also been premiered.
About the song, she previously told Rolling Stone, " 'She Wolf' came to me very mysteriously, I was in the studio in a bad mood that day, then I got inspired and went to a corner and I wrote the lyrics and the melody in 10 minutes. The image of the she wolf just came to my head, and when I least expected it I was howling and panting."