Product of Culture Shakira and Maluma. This is a Latin Musicians Special Edition
A Writer’s Thoughts
Shakira. You will find after reading the Shakira and Maluma article, by Billboard’s Contributor Rebecca Schiller, why music lovers cannot say the performing facet of Shakira’s name in a low tone or even once. E.g., Shakira, Shakira!
Maluma is really, to use an appropriate idiom, in the same boat. At concerts, his name could officially be said and spelled as Maluma!! Just ask the women, and some of the men, who have attended his performances.
Rebecca Schiller talks about these personalities appealing qualities in not only physical attraction but also their views on soccer, family, along with the importance of green juice and being prudent.
This writer (I) has recognized for sometime Shakira is a woman of intelligence and depth.
I’ve also referenced in times past the benefits of reading. When it comes to news today, especially on people in the spotlight, you may agree with this one reference here:
Analytical thinking is not only essential but let’s emphasis necessary today.
There is an abundance of information around today. How does a person decipher whether the data presented to them should be ignored negative slander, stored away, or acted upon?
Reading helps us to not judge a book by its cover.
Reading has helped many to hold the perspective that “where there is a question, there is also an answer.” Analytical thinking facilitates a person’s power to recognize if the answer is factual, or not; if the answer is practical, or not.
Reading books bestows upon an individual confidence that he or she has made a good decision on a subject.
The interview setting that Shakira and Maluma have enjoyed is in a relaxed environment. Though both these personalities are no strangers to speaking in public with bright lights shining on every word out of their mouths; according to many writer’s tastes, a catered environment like the one in the article is more conducive for the inner person of the one being interviewed to express themselves. What makes the person being interviewed feel comfortable? What would make you feel comfortable in a conversation like this one?
Just one more thought the owner of this website feels moved to share with you before I share one paragraph insert from the Shakira and Maluma article and the video with the English subtitle.
As mentioned to the Perceptive Readers, Shakira is someone featured at this Product of Culture website several times throughout the year. People have heard the owner of this website talk about Shakira’s writing and language speaking skills that would make her an excellent secretary. Well by reading the chosen insert below, it helped me to appreciate that I can no longer in my mind’s beautiful world of possibilities call her a secretary; I may just have to call her Reina Secretary instead. (Chuckle)
The owner of this website has a tendency to view her as a Princess; he stands corrected. There’s no shame in my game (Cultural idiom). See how reading helps us to get the facts straight? (Chuckle 2 times)
Product of Culture Shakira and Maluma. This is a Latin Musicians Special Edition Part II
Shakira and Maluma Talk Touring, Kids, Soccer, Life Advice & More
This excerpt originally appeared in the April 21 issue of Billboard.
Maluma, what do you do to make her so happy?
Shakira: First of all, he calls me reina [queen] all the time. Reina here, reina there.
Maluma: [Laughs.] That’s the truth.
Shakira: When he called me reina the first time, I said, “We’re off to a good start.”
Maluma: I’ve always said that there’s one thing that differentiates us Colombians on a global scale: berraquera [loosely translated: grit, or guts]. Even if we’re not great musicians, we find the people who know how to make the songs great.
Shakira: When a Colombian gets obsessed with something, watch out. Our history and the social factors we’ve been submitted to have turned us into resourceful people who had to survive and find their way in life.
Have you encountered barriers in the industry as Latin artists?
Shakira: The path to success has been longer, steeper, with more obstacles than if I had been born in Florida or New York City. To be born in Barranquilla and start a career at a time when the pop music scene was almost nonexistent in Colombia … When I began with my ballads and my rock songs, it was a very hostile environment. And there was no social media back then. I had to travel the entire length of Latin America to make my music known in the beginning, going from radio station to radio station. Sometimes we were in three countries in the same day.
READ the rest of this insightful article on Shakira and Maluma here:
Shakira Collaborations & Musicians (2017-2018)
Product of Culture Shakira and Maluma. This is a Latin Musicians Special Edition Part III
These 2017- 2018 moments of time have brought new music collaboration and videos from these artists and sportsmen:
Nicky Jam, Maluma, and Gerard Piqué.
This is a Latin Musicians Special Edition
If you feel there is something here in the Product of Culture Shakira and Maluma that made you feel good inside, then by all means look through the music presentations of all the singers and musicians mentioned in this article again and share it with others!
Until next time, “When you read something that moves you to improve or change your life for the better, it becomes your reality.” – Product of Culture