Shakira is teaming up with one of the hottest musicians on the airwaves for a track on her upcoming album.
Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported the Colombian singer is finalizing her 11th studio album. It will have several collaborations on it, including one with Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.
Shakira confirmed last year that she would be working on a new Spanish-language album, but it looks like it will be more bilingual that originally planned.
Other collaborations for the still unnamed album include songs with Mexican rock band Mana and Spaniard Alejandro Sanz, who has sung with Shakira twice before in “La Tortura” and “Te Lo Agradezco Pero No.”
Shakira’s new album will follow up her self-titled disk that came out last year in which she famously collaborated with Rihanna in “Can’t Remember to Forget You.”
According to El Mundo, the disc is planned for release this spring, though the “Hips Don’t Lie” singer previously said she is in no hurry, especially since she is expecting baby No. 2 with boyfriend Gerard Piqué.
Most recently a very pregnant Shakira said good-bye to 2014 with an “extreme” sport. The singer went sledding with Piqué and son Milan, who waited for her to go down a slope before lending her a hand.