Shakira has shared the video for “Monotonía,” her new song with Ozuna. The bachata-style ballad finds Shakira singing about heartbreak and arrives not long after news of her split from husband Gerard Pique was made public in June. “It wasn’t your fault, it wasn’t my fault," she sings on “Monotonía." "It was monotony’s fault. I never said anything but it hurt. I knew this would happen."
The accompanying video takes the theme of emotional pain and runs into surreal territory. Shakira is shopping when she runs into an ex-partner who fires a bazooka shot into her chest, leaving her with an open wound and her own heart in her hands. She tracks down Ozuna, who features alongside her on the track, and gives it to him. Check it out above.
“Monotonía” follows Shakira's previous single "Te Felicito," featuring Rauw Alejandro. In July it was confirmed that she will face trial on tax evasion charges, an allegation she denied in a recent interview.