Shakira videography

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Shakira at 2014 FIFA World Cup press conference.

Colombian singer and songwriter Shakira has released 56 music videos, 4 concert tour videos, 7 films, and 4 documentaries. In 1991, Shakira signed a recording contract with Sony Music Colombia and released her debut album Magia (1991). Three music videos were directed for the album.[1] Only one music video was directed for her second album, Peligro. Shakira has refused to allow the re-release of any videos from her first two albums due to their "immaturity".[2] In 1994, Shakira made her acting debut playing Luisa Maria in the Colombian telenovela El Oasis.[3][4] Shakira's first major music video was for "Estoy Aquí", directed by Simón Brand, for her third album Pies Descalzos.[5] The video depicts a barn during the various weather seasons, and shows Shakira performing the song, accompanied with a guitar.[6] The following single, "¿Dónde Estás Corazón?", three music videos. Directors for the video included Oscar Azula, Julian Torres, Gustavo Garzón, and Camilo Falcon.[7] Garzón also directed videos for upcoming singles "Pies Descalzos, Sueños Blancos" and "Un Poco de Amor" from the same album, whereas Juan Carlos Martin directed the video for the 1997 single "Se Quiere, Se Mata".

In 2000, Shakira released her first video album, MTV Unplugged. Five videos were directed for Shakira's fourth studio album Dónde Están los Ladrones?. Gustavo Garzón directed videos for "Ciega, Sordomuda", "Inevitable" and "No Creo". Cuban director Emilio Estefan directed the video for "", and Mark Kohr directed "Ojos Así". Austrian film director Francis Lawrence directed both the English and Spanish versions of "Whenever, Wherever", the lead single from her fifth album Laundry Service. The video uses a green screen, and features Shakira surrounded by the earth's natural wonders.[8] The following single, "Underneath Your Clothes" was directed by American photographer Herb Ritts and it was the second to last he directed before his death.[9]

Shakira released two albums in 2005, Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 and Oral Fixation, Vol. 2. Four videos were directed for Fijación Oral, Vol. 1, and three for Oral Fixation, Vol. 2. British director Sophie Muller directed the video for one of Shakira's most successful songs, "Hips Don't Lie", featuring Wyclef Jean. Shakira also made her directing debut, co-directing videos for the singles "Illegal" and "Las de la Intuición", alongside Jaume de Laiguana.[10][11] In 2006, Shakira starred in the video for her and Beyoncé's collaboration, "Beautiful Liar", which was directed by British director Jake Nava. It was filmed over two days, during the two-week production of B'Day Anthology Video Album. Because of a busy schedule, the production team did not have enough time for the choreography.[12] In 2009, Nava also directed the videos for both the English and Spanish versions of "She Wolf".[13] The two following singles, Did It Again and Did It Again were directed by Sophie Muller, and "Gypsy" was directed by Jaume de Laiguana.

Marcus Raboy directed videos for all versions of "Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)", which was the official song for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[14] Jaume de Laiguana directed the first three music videos from Shakira's ninth studio album Sale el Sol, and the fourth single, "Addicted to You" was directed by Anthony Mandler. Shakira's tenth studio album, Shakira, spawned five music videos. Joseph Kahn directed the video for "Can't Remember to Forget You", featuring Rihanna, and the solo Spanish version, "Nunca Me Acuerdo de Olvidarte". The music video for "Empire" was directed by Darren Craig, Jonathan Craven and Jeff Nicholas from the Uprising Creative.[15] Four versions of the song "Dare (La La La)" were directed, two by Anthony Mandler and two by Jaume de Laiguana.

Music videos[edit]

 • Denotes music videos directed or co-directed by Shakira
American director Michael Haussman directed the music video for one of Shakira's most successful singles, "La Tortura".
British director Sophie Muller directed the music video for "Hips Don't Lie", which features Haitian rapper Wyclef Jean (pictured).
British director Jake Nava directed the video for "Beautiful Liar", which features American singer-songwriter Beyoncé.
Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal portrays Shakira's love interest in the music video for "Gypsy", directed by Jaume de Laiguana.[16]
Korean director Joseph Kahn directed both the English and Spanish videos for "Can't Remember to Forget You", the English of which features Barbadian vocalist Rihanna.
American animator Rich Moore was credited for directing the video for the song "Try Everything", due to its use of animated footage from the 2016 film Zootopia.
Title Other performer(s) Director(s) Album Year Ref.
"Magia" None Unknown Magia 1991 [1][17]
"Esta Noche Voy Contigo" None [18]
"Sueños" None [18]
"Tú Serás La Historia de Mi Vida" None Peligro 1993 [19]
"Estoy Aquí" None Simón Brand Pies Descalzos 1995 [20]
"¿Dónde Estás Corazón?" None Oscar Azula
Julian Torres
1996 [21]
"¿Dónde Estás Corazón?" (alternate version) None Gustavo Garzón [21]
"¿Dónde Estás Corazón?" (second alternate version) None Camilo Falcon [21]
"Pies Descalzos, Sueños Blancos" None Gustavo Garzón [21]
"Un Poco de Amor" None [21][22]
"Se Quiere, Se Mata" None Juan Carlos Martin 1997 [21]
"Ciega, Sordomuda" None Gustavo Garzón Dónde Están los Ladrones? 1998 [23]
"" None Emilio Estefan [23]
"Inevitable" None Gustavo Garzón [23]
"No Creo" None 1999 [23]
"Ojos Así" None Mark Kohr [23]
"Whenever, Wherever"
"Suerte" (Spanish version)
None Francis Lawrence Laundry Service 2001 [24]
"Underneath Your Clothes" None Herb Ritts 2002 [24]
"Objection (Tango)"
"Te Aviso, Te Anuncio (Tango)" (Spanish version)
None Dave Meyers [24]
"Te Dejo Madrid" None W.I.Z. [24]
"Que Me Quedes Tú" None Esteban Sapir
Ramiro Agulla
"The One" None [24]
"La Tortura" Alejandro Sanz Michael Haussman Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 2005 [25]
"No" Gustavo Cerati Jaume de Laiguana [25]
"Don't Bother" None Oral Fixation, Vol. 2 [26]
"Día de Enero" None Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 2006 [25]
"Hips Don't Lie" Wyclef Jean Sophie Muller Oral Fixation, Vol. 2 [26]
"Illegal" • Carlos Santana Shakira
Jaume de Laiguana
"Beautiful Liar" Beyoncé Jake Nava B'Day [27]
"Te Lo Agradezco, Pero No" Alejandro Sanz Jaume de Laiguana El Tren de los Momentos [28]
"Las de la Intuición" • None Shakira
Jaume de Laiguana
Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 2007 [25]
"Hay Amores" None Vincent Passeri Love in the Time of Cholera 2008 [29]
"She Wolf"
"Loba" (Spanish version)
None Jake Nava She Wolf 2009 [30]
"Did It Again"
"Lo Hecho Está Hecho" (Spanish version)
None Sophie Muller [30]
"Did It Again" (remix) Kid Cudi [30]
"Give It Up to Me" Lil Wayne [30]
"Gitana" (Spanish version)
None Jaume de Laiguana 2010 [31]
"Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)"
"Waka Waka (Esto es Africa)" (Spanish version)
Freshlyground Marcus Raboy Listen Up! The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Album [30]
"Loca" (Spanish version)
Dizzee Rascal or El Cata Jaume de Laiguana Sale el Sol [32]
"Sale el Sol" None [32]
"Rabiosa" (Spanish version)
El Cata or Pitbull 2011 [32]
"Todos Juntos" Dora the Explorer Unknown We Did It! Dora's Greatest Hits
"Addicted to You" None Anthony Mandler Sale el Sol 2012 [32]
"Get It Started" Pitbull David Rosseau Global Warming
"Can't Remember to Forget You" Rihanna Joseph Kahn Shakira 2014 [33][34]
"Nunca Me Acuerdo de Olvidarte" None [33][34]
"Empire" None Jonathan Craven
Darren Craig
Jeff Nicholas
"Dare (La La La)"
"La La La" (Spanish version)
None Anthony Mandler [33][36]
"La La La (Brazil 2014)"
"La La La (Brasil 2014)" (Spanish version)
Carlinhos Brown Jaume de Laiguana [33][37]
"Mi Verdad" Maná Cama Incendiada 2015
"Try Everything" None Byron Howard
Rich Moore
Jared Bush
Zootopia (OST) 2016 [38]
"La Bicicleta" Carlos Vives Jaume de Laiguana Vives, El Dorado [39]
"Chantaje" Maluma El Dorado
"Deja Vu" Prince Royce El Dorado, Five 2017
"Comme Moi" Black M El Dorado, Éternel insatisfait
"Me Enamoré" • None Shakira
Jaume de Laiguana
El Dorado
"Perro Fiel" Nicky Jam Jaume de Laiguana
"Trap" Maluma 2018
"Clandestino" Maluma None
"Nada" None El Dorado'

Video albums[edit]

Year Video details Certifications
2000 MTV Unplugged
  • Released: February 29, 2000
  • Label: Sony Music
  • Formats: CD/DVD
  • Live DVD
  • RIAA: Gold (50,000)[40]
2004 Live & off the Record
  • Released: March 30, 2004
  • Label: Epic
  • Format: CD/DVD
  • Documentary and Live DVD
2007 Oral Fixation Tour
  • Released: November 12, 2007
  • Label: Epic
  • Format: CD/DVD
  • Live DVD
2011 Live From Paris[44]
  • Released:December 6, 2011[45]
  • Label: Epic
  • Format: CD/DVD
  • Live DVD
  • SNEP: Platinum[46]
  • AMPROFON: Platinum+Gold[47]



Year Title Role Notes
1994 El oasis Luisa Maria Rico
2001; 2005;
Saturday Night Live Herself / Musical Guest Episode: "Gerard Butler/Shakira"
Episode: "Alec Baldwin/Shakira"
Episode: "Derek Jeter/Shakira/Bubba Sparxxx"
2002 Popstars Mentor assistant Season 1
2002 Taina Herself Episode: "Abuelo Knows Best"
2005 7 vidas Herself Episode: "Todo por las pastis"
2009 Ugly Betty Herself Episode: "The Bahamas Triangle"
2010 Wizards of Waverly Place Herself Episode: "Dude Looks Like Shakira"
2013–2014 The Voice Coach / Mentor Season 4 and 6
2014 Dreamland Herself Episode: "3"


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Shakira: The Documentary Film Herself Documentary
2007 Pies Descalzos Foundation Herself Documentary
2011 Hagamos que Salga El Sol Herself Documentary
2011 A Day with Shakira Herself Documentary
2016 Zootopia Gazelle
2019 Zootopia 2 Gazelle (voice) Post-production

See also[edit]


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  8. ^ Mendible, Myra (June 3, 2010). From Bananas to Buttocks: The Latina Body in Popular Film and Culture. University of Texas Press. p. 170. ISBN 0292714939.
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  19. ^ Peligro (inlay cover) (in Spanish). Shakira. Sony Music Entertainment. 1993.
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  23. ^ a b c d e Dónde Están los Ladrones? (inlay cover) (in Spanish). Shakira. Sony Music Latin, Columbia Records. 1998.
  24. ^ a b c d e f Laundry Service (inlay cover). Shakira. Epic Records. 2001.
  25. ^ a b c d Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 (inlay cover) (in Spanish). Shakira. Epic Records. 2005.
  26. ^ a b c Oral Fixation, Vol. 2 (inlay cover). Shakira. Epic Records. 2005.
  27. ^ Beyoncé (April 3, 2007). B'Day Anthology Video Album (DVD). Sony BMG.
  28. ^ El Tren de los Momentos (inlay cover). Alejandro Sanz. Warner Music Group. 2006.
  29. ^ "Hay Amores (2008)". IMVDb. Retrieved September 14, 2014.
  30. ^ a b c d e She Wolf (inlay cover). Shakira. Epic Records, Sony Music Latin. 2009.
  31. ^ "Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) (2010)". IMVDb. FilmedInsert, LLC. Retrieved September 13, 2014.
  32. ^ a b c d Sale el Sol (inlay cover). Shakira. Epic Records, Sony Music Latin. 2010.
  33. ^ a b c d e Shakira (inlay cover). Shakira. RCA Records, Sony Music Latin. 2014.
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  36. ^ "Shakira – Dare (La La La) (2014) on IMVDb". IMVDb. Retrieved September 13, 2016.
  37. ^ "Shakira – La La La (Brazil 2014) (2014) on IMVDb". IMVDb. Retrieved September 13, 2016.
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