Watch here as Shakira suffers a broken heart in the video for “Monotona.”

Shakira sings with as much vulnerability as possible about heartbreak and the end of what seemed like a perfect relationship.

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It wasn’t your fault, it wasn’t my fault,” she declares at the outset of “Monotona (Monotony),” her new Ozuna-assisted single that dropped on Wednesday (Oct. 19). We have the monotony to thank for this. Even though I said nothing, it still hurt. It was inevitable that this would happen.

First collaboration between Shakira and Ozuna, it follows her Latin Airplay number one single “Te Felicito” with Rauw Alejandro, in which she congratulates her lover on a job well done that led her to believe he loved her.

Two of Shakira’s most popular songs, “Monotona” and “Te Felicito,” were released after her highly publicised split from Gerard Piqué, the soccer star and father of her two children. In an interview with Elle, she revealed the breakup, calling it “one of the most difficult moments of my life.”

While I process this information, I have been relatively quiet. And, uh, yeah, it’s tough to talk about, especially since I’m still going through it, since I’m in the public eye, and since our separation isn’t like a normal separation. My kids and I have had a tough time adjusting to this. Really difficult.

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