Hips Don't Lie singer Shakira, 43, has dyed her hair red ONE YEAR after her fantastic Super Bowl performance with J-Lo: 'Voilà!'By Hei
Hips Don’t Lie singer Shakira, 43, has dyed her hair red ONE YEAR after her fantastic Super Bowl performance with J-Lo: ‘Voilà!’
Hips Don’t Lie singer Shakira has dyed her hair red again.
The 44-year-old posted a selfie on Friday that showed off her new tresses as she wore a sporty white and pink striped shirt while in her makeup room.
‘Voilà!’ she said in her caption. It has been 20 years since she wore red hair for her music video Ojos Asi.
Red is back: Hips Don’t Lie singer Shakira has dyed her hair red again. The 44-year-old posted a selfie on Friday that showed off her new tresses
It has been one year since the artist wowed fans with her performance at the Super Bowl halftime show.
She shared the stage with Jennifer Lopez who took to a stripper pole and also had her daughter Emme on stage.
Shakira is the latest star to sell the rights to her music to Hipgnosis Songs Fund.
The Latin megastar has sold the publishing rights to all 145 of her songs – including huge hits such as ‘Hips Don’t Lie’ and ‘Whenever, Wherever’ – to the popular music investment firm.
Le look is so 80s! ‘Voilà!’ she said in her caption. It has been 20 years since she wore red hair for her music video Ojos Asi
Shakira said: ‘Being a songwriter is an accomplishment that I consider equal to and perhaps even greater than being a singer and an artist.
‘At eight years old, long before I sang, I wrote to make sense of the world. I know Hipgnosis will be a great home for my catalogue.’
It’s not been disclosed how much she sold the rights for.
However, Neil Young recently sold 50 per cent of his catalogue, which is said to be worth an estimated $150 million (£110 million).
One year ago: The siren with Jennifer Lopez at the NFL Super Bowl LIV, Half Time Show Press Conference in Miami, Florida January 30, 2020
The 75-year-old music legend inked a lucrative deal with Hipgnosis Songs Fund, following their recent acquisition of 100 per cent of former Fleetwood Mac musician Lindsey Buckingham’s entire music collection and producer Jimmy Iovine’s producer royalties.
Half of Neil’s music collection amounts to 1,180 songs.
The firm’s founder, Merck Mercuriadis, said: ‘This is a deal that changes Hipgnosis forever.
She wore red: Shakira performed onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show on February 2
‘I bought my first Neil Young album aged seven. ‘Harvest’ was my companion and I know every note, every word, every pause and silence intimately.
‘Neil Young, or at least his music, has been my friend and constant ever since.’
Hipgnosis ensures their client’s music is heard across radio and TV and that they earn a tidy profit in royalties.
Merck continued: ‘It now turns out logical for Hipgnosis to partner with Neil to ensure his incredible songs reach all corners of the earth.
‘I built Hipgnosis to be a company Neil would want to be a part of. We have a common integrity, ethos and passion born out of a belief in music and these important songs. There will never be a ‘Burger Of Gold’ but we will work together to make sure everyone gets to hear them on Neil’s terms.’