Hips Don't Lie
|"Hips Don't Lie"|
|Single by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean|
|from the album Oral Fixation Vol. 2|
|Released||March 27, 2006|
|Format||Digital download, 12" maxi single, CD single|
|Genre||Reggaeton, salsa, Latin pop|
|Writer(s)||Shakira, Wyclef Jean, Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis, Omar Alfano, LaTravia Parker|
|Producer||Shakira, Wyclef Jean, Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis|
|Wyclef Jean chronology|
"Hips Don't Lie" is a song based in a salsa and reggaeton performed by Colombian singer Shakira and Haitian rapper Wyclef Jean, released in 2006 as the second single from Shakira's second English album Oral Fixation Vol. 2. The song is a reworked version of Jean's 2004 song "Dance Like This" and takes some of its instrumentation from Jerry Rivera's "Amores Como El Nuestro" and lyrics from Dominican composer Luis Dias' "Carnaval (Baila en la Calle)". In addition to co-producing the song, Shakira also wrote new material not present in Jean's original version. A Spanish version of the track, entitled "Será, Será (Las Caderas No Mienten)", was also released.
"Hips Don't Lie" became a global success, reaching the number one spot on the charts in at least 25 countries, including the United States, where it broke the record for the most radio plays in a single week. It was Shakira's first number-one single in the US and the UK, as well as Jean's first number-one single in the US and his third in the UK. It won a People's Choice Award and an MTV Latin America Video Music Award, as well as an MTV Video Music Award for the music video's choreography. The song became one of the best-selling singles worldwide of all-time, selling 10 million copies, and it also became the twelfth most paid downloads song in history.
"Hips Don't Lie" was reportedly commissioned by Sony Music to revive sales of Shakira's flagging album Oral Fixation Vol. 2, which had come out in late 2005 in time for the lucrative Christmas-buying season. Vol. 2 was Shakira's second album of the year, directly following the Spanish-language Fijación Oral Vol. 1 by less than six months. (As part of a small trend in 2005, Shakira joined Sony label mates System of a Down in releasing two back-to-back albums of new material in a single calendar year.) Ironically, in the crucial U.S. market, Vol. 1 – for which Sony likely had lower expectations given the album's late-spring release and non-English content – actually sold better than Vol. 2, Shakira's first English-language album since her breakthrough Laundry Service four years earlier. Despite its release in a slower sales period of the year, Vol. 1 had bigger first-week sales than Vol. 2 (157,000 copies vs. 128,000), charted higher (#4 – a rare ranking for a Spanish album – vs. #5) and produced a genuine hit single in the #23 hit "La Tortura" with Alejandro Sanz, while Vol. 2's leadoff single "Don't Bother" stalled just outside the Top 40. Vol. 2 was too important a project for Epic, so around the start of 2006 they asked Wyclef Jean to remake his own song with Shakira and give the album a crucial radio hit – a tactic that proved a tremendous success: When Vol. 2 was re-released in March 2006 with "Hips Don't Lie" (plus an alternate version of "La Tortura"), the album shot up 92 spots on the Billboard 200, representing a one-week sales increase of 643 %. As of November 2007, the album has sold close to 2 million copies in the United States, more than half of them the re-release containing "Hips Don't Lie."
"Hips Don't Lie" debuted on the L.A.-based radio station KIIS-FM (on the Ryan Seacrest Morning Show) on February 14, 2006. Shakira and Wyclef Jean performed the song on the following TV shows: American Idol, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Live With Regis and Kelly, The Today Show, Total Request Live, and the 2007 Grammy Awards. The song can be heard in the EA Sports video game MVP 06 NCAA Baseball, the film soundtrack to Ice Age: The Meltdown, and on MySpace records. soundtrack on 27 Dresses.
The use of the opening trumpets caused a small controversy, when Jerry Rivera openly accused Shakira of plagiarizing the opening trumpets without his knowing, though saying he would not press charges on her. However, rights had been obtained from the copyright owner and Rivera's name acknowledged in the album's booklet.The opening horn section also samples Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz 1997 rap hit "Deja Vu(Uptown Baby)".
Less than two weeks after its debut on KIIS, Z100 added the track, and less than a week after it was added to the playlist, it was the most requested song on the station as it hit #1 on the "Interactive 9@9". It stayed on top for about a month. In December 2006 it was announced that "Hips Don't Lie" was the #1 song of the year, a first for both Shakira and Wyclef Jean.
A Spanish version entitled "Será, Será (Las Caderas No Mienten)" was also released. Shakira also sang another version (produced by RedOne) called "Hips Don't Lie/Bamboo" at the closing ceremony of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Berlin, Germany.
- The lyrics "En Barranquilla se baila así" ("In Barranquilla we dance like this") are a reference to the city of Barranquilla, Colombia, which is Shakira's hometown. The skirts used in the video to dance this part resemble the cumbia skirts, which are typical Colombian folk dress.
- The lyrics "Baila en la calle de noche, baila en la calle de día" ("Dance in the street at night, dance in the street by day") are a reference to "Carnaval (Baila en la Calle)", a merengue song written by Dominican musician Luis "Terror" Díaz and the unofficial theme song of the Dominican Republic's Carnival, but frequently used in Barranquilla too. (Dominican merengue star Fernando Villalona's version is the song's best known version, it was a hit in the early 1980s).
- In the video, the masks and costumes in the background are "marimondas", which are mythological creatures represented in the Barranquilla Carnival.
Music video 
The music video was directed by British director Sophie Muller and filmed in Los Angeles, California, United States. The video begins with Shakira against a black background dancing while Wyclef and a couple other men are watching her. When Wyclef raps his first rap verse, it shows him following Shakira with pink curtains everywhere. It also shows them on the street along with different people. When the verse 2 begins, she is seen sitting in a chair while singing. It then cuts to an arena-like environment, where Shakira is dancing with other people. It ends with Shakira against the black background. The majority of the costumes and outfits featured in the video belong to the Carnaval de Barranquilla, some of which include the white dress Shakira dances in, and the colorful flags. Shakira was given dancing lessons for the performance of the song at the MTV Awards by the Indian choreographer Farah Khan.
"Hips Don't Lie" has proved successful on LAUNCHcast's top-hundred most-watched videos of the week, where it has spent an impressive four months at number one. Yahoo! had fans submit videos of themselves dancing to the song, which were edited into a "fans only" version, which has also proved to be one of the most popular videos on LAUNCH. The video for "Hips Don't Lie" ran in the #1 spot on iTunes (along with the single) for several weeks. It was the most-watched video of 2006, and has drawn 70 million on YouTube performances. The video won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography on August 31, 2006 and the MTV Latin Award for Song Of The Year on October 19, 2006. The video also placed #2 on VH1's "Top 40 Videos of 2006".
Chart performance 
In February 2006, "Hips Don't Lie" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at #84. Four weeks later, it entered the U.S. Billboard Hot 100's top-forty on the chart and received the "greatest airplay gainer" title on the Hot 100 for three weeks in a row. The song achieved a peak position of #13 until it was released digitally on May 27, 2006. Shakira's record label Epic Records originally held back the release of the song's digital downloads to boost sales of Oral Fixation Vol. 2. When Epic finally released it digitally the track hit #1, the single jumped from number nine to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending June 17, 2006, helped by the song's strong number-one status on the Hot 100 Airplay chart and nearly 267,000 downloads in its first week (the accomplishment broke D4L's record with "Laffy Taffy" of 179,000 paid downloads.) On the iTunes download chart, the song bumped Nelly Furtado's "Promiscuous" to #2 less than 24 hours after it was digitally released. Within 3 weeks the single managed to move over 670,000 paid digital downloads. Since it has been digitally available in June 2006, the song has sold more than 2,000,000 downloads in the U.S. alone.
"Hips Don't Lie" also set a record for the fastest selling record to reach the one million digital download mark. It sold its millionth digital download after 9 short weeks in the U.S., beating the previous record held by Daniel Powter's "Bad Day", which took 16 weeks. The song ended 2006 at #46 on the iTunes top 100, jumping up twenty-six spots from #72 on New Year's Eve. On January 1, 2007, AOL revealed a list of the Top 100 Songs and Top 100 Videos of 2006, "Hips Don't Lie" was the #6 song and the #1 video.
According to Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems, "Hips Don't Lie" was the most-played pop song in a single week in American radio history. It was played 9,637 times in one week, breaking Gwen Stefani's previous record with 9,582 plays in a week for her #1 hit single "Hollaback Girl" in 2005. Shakira also became the second female artist, the first being Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan in 1989 with "Don't Wanna Lose You", ever to top the Billboard's Hot 100 chart and the Latin Singles chart simultaneously. The single held the top spot in the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in a row, being dethroned on July 1 by "Do I Make You Proud" from American Idol Season 5 winner Taylor Hicks.
In the UK it spent a total of 5 weeks at number one. After its initial one-week reign at number one, it returned to the top in its 8th week preventing Christina Aguilera's "Ain't No Other Man", Rihanna's "Unfaithful", as well as Cascada's "Everytime We Touch" and Chamillionaire's "Ridin'" from going to #1 until it was replaced by Beyoncé Knowles' "Déjà Vu". "Hips Don't Lie" broke the record for the most weeks for a song in a second run, staying four weeks during its second reign at number-one, a record it now shares with "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Belgian-Australian singer Gotye. The song remained in the top 10 for 16 weeks, and then stayed within the top 75 for an additional 38 weeks. "Hips Don't Lie" is currently the 11th best selling single by a female artist in the 21st century in the UK, and also the 10th best selling collaboration. It is also the 46th best-selling single of the 2000 decade in UK.
In Ireland, the single remained at the number 1 spot for a total of nine weeks throughout the summer.
"Hips Don't Lie" was the most successful song of 2006 worldwide and it reached #1 in the majority of charting countries and territories around the world. It reached number one on the USA Hot 100, Pop 100 and Hot Latin Tracks charts, in Australia, Belgium, Canada (on the Digital Chart), Colombia, Czech Republic, Europe, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latin America, Lebanon, Netherlands, New Zealand, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and other countries. The song peaked below number one but inside the top ten in Austria, Canada (on the Canadian Airplay Chart), China, Finland, Norway and Russia peaking at number two and in Denmark peaking at number six. In Taiwan, the song peaked at number eleven, while it reached the top position on the Japan International Singles. The only nation, where the song was released and did not reach a Top 20 position, was in Sweden, where it peaked at number forty-five due to its late October release on the charts.
"Hips Don't Lie" was the number-two year-end song in the Netherlands; it also finished number three in Germany and the UK, while in Spain it was number four and in USA it was number five. In Germany, it's the fourth best-selling pop duet ever.
On June 9, 2006, Shakira and Wyclef Jean performed "Hips Don't Lie" at the opening ceremony of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Munich, and also a month later at the short ceremony preceding the Final game in Berlin, to worldwide TV audiences of over 500 million and 700 million people, respectively.
|2006||"Billboard Music Awards"||Pop Single Of The Year||Nominated|
|2006||"Billboard Music Awards"||Top Pop 100 Airplay Track||Won|
|2006||"Billboard Music Awards"||Top Hot 100 Single||Nominated|
|2006||"BMI Awards"||BMI Urban Award - Billboard No. 1s||Won|
|2006||"Echo Awards"||Best International Single||Nominated|
|2006||"Grammy Awards"||Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals||Nominated|
|2006||"Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica"||Song of the Year||Won|
|2006||"Latin Billboard Music Awards"||Hot Latin Song of the Year-Vocal Duet or Collaboration||Won|
|2006||"Latin Billboard Music Awards"||Latin Pop Airplay Song of the Year - Duo or Group||Nominated|
|2006||"Latin Billboard Music Awards"||Hot Latin Songs of the Year||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Europe Music Awards"||Best Songe||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Best Female Video||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Best Pop Video||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Best dance video||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Video of the Year||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Viewer's Choice Awards||Nominated|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Best Choreography in a Video||Won|
|2006||"MTV Video Music Awards"||Best Art Direction in a Video||Nominated|
|2007||"International Dance Music Awards"||Best Latin/Reggaeton Track||Won|
Formats and track listings 
- "Hips Don't Lie" (featuring Wyclef Jean) [Jean, Duplessis, Shakira, Parker, Alfanno] – 3:41
- "Dreams for Plans" [Shakira, Buckley] – 4:02
- "Hips Don't Lie" (featuring Wyclef Jean) (Wyclef's Mixshow Mix) – 4:09
Maxi CD single:
- "Hips Don't Lie" (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 3:41
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Wyclef Remix) (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 3:59
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Wyclef Mix Show Mix) (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 4:09
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Wyclef Remix Instrumental) (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 3:57
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Bamboo 2006 FIFA World Cup Version) – 3:24
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Spanish version) – 3:35
2-tracks Maxi single:
- "Hips Don't Lie"
- "Dreams for Plans"
- "Hips Don't Lie" (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 3:41
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Bamboo – 2006 FIFA World Cup Mix) (featuring Wyclef Jean)
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Spanish version) (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 3:41
- "Hips Don't Lie" (DJ Kazzanova Remix) (featuring Wyclef Jean)
- "Hips Don't Lie" (featuring Wyclef Jean) – 3:41
- "Hips Don't Lie" (featuring Wyclef Jean) (Wyclef's Show Mix) – 4:09
- "Hips Don't Lie" (Spanish Version)[featuring Wyclef Jean] – 3:41
(This CD comes with a code for the free downloadable ringtone)
Year-end charts 
Decade-end charts 
The master ringtone of "Hips Don't Lie" (English, Spanish and Bamboo version) has sold nearly 100,000 units in Mexico alone.
|Order of precedence|
"La Boulette" by Diam's
|French SNEP number-one single
April 30, 2006
"Living on Video" by Pakito
"Because of You" by Kelly Clarkson
|Swiss Singles Chart number-one single
April 30, 2006 – June 11, 2006
"Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley
"Right Here, Right Now (My Heart Belongs to You)" by Raffaëla
|Dutch Top 40 number-one single
April 29, 2006 – May 6, 2006
"Rood" by Marco Borsato
"Pump It" by The Black Eyed Peas
|Belgian Flemish Ultratop 50 number-one single
May 6, 2006 – May 13, 2006
"Svegliarsi La Mattina" by Zero Assoluto
|Italian FIMI Singles Chart number-one single
May 12, 2006 – May 19, 2006
"Stop! Dimentica" by Tiziano Ferro
"No No Never" by Texas Lightning
|German Singles Chart number-one single
May 20, 2006
June 10, 2006 – June 17, 2006
"No No Never" by Texas Lightning
"Zeit Dass Sich Was Dreht/Celebrate the Day" by Herbert Groenemeyer
"Touch It" by Busta Rhymes
|New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart number-one single
May 22, 2006 – May 29, 2006
"Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley
"La Boulette" by Diam's
|Belgian Wallonie Ultratop 40 number-one single
May 27, 2006 – July 8, 2006
"Lo Que Son Las Cosas" by Anaís
|U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks number-one single
May 27, 2006 – July 15, 2006
"Angelito" by Don Omar
"Falling Asleep" by Morandi
|Romanian Top 100 number-one song
5 June 2006
June 19, 2006 – July 31, 2006
"Falling Asleep" by Morandi
"World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" by Bob Sinclar
"I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)"
by Sandi Thom
|Irish Singles Chart number-one single
June 15, 2006 – August 10, 2006
"Everytime We Touch" by Cascada
"Ridin'" by Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100 number-one single
June 17, 2006 – June 24, 2006
"Do I Make You Proud" by Taylor Hicks
"Bad Day" by Daniel Powter
|U.S. Billboard Pop 100 number-one single
June 17, 2006 – June 24, 2006
"SOS" by Rihanna
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart number-one single
June 18, 2006 – August 20, 2006
"SexyBack" by Justin Timberlake featuring Timbaland
"Dani California" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
|Japanese Oricon International Singles Chart number-one single
June 26, 2006
"Don't Keep Me Waiting" by Fair Warning
"Maneater" by Nelly Furtado
"Don't Stop Me Now/Please, Please" by McFly
|UK Singles Chart number-one single
July 2, 2006 – July 9, 2006
July 30, 2006 – August 27, 2006
"Smile" by Lily Allen
"Dèjá Vú" by Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z
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