Shakira and JLo put Latin flavor to the Super Bowl with a great show at the halftime show
The Super Bowl halftime show is famous throughout the world and this time in Miami it was no less.
The popular artists Shakira and Jennifer López were in charge of animating the party and go if they succeeded. Not only was it a beautiful visual spectacle but it also made Latinos and non-Latinos dance this Sunday, February 2 in the framework of Super Bowl 54.
The two expected their mid-time performance to move the needle towards Latinos in the United States in all aspects and so it was, shining in an authentic show that dazzled those present.
The Colombian Shakira opened with “The Wolf“, “Eyes like this” and “Luck” and a potpourri with her hits like “Torture“, “Like“, “Hips Don’t Lie“. In addition to “Blackmail” accompanied by the Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny, next to his dance body, performing brilliant choreographies in a beautiful show of light and color.
Later it was the turn of Jennifer Lopez, who sang hits like “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” “Get Right,” “Waiting for Tonight,” followed by “Booty,” “On The Floor.” In addition to great themes such as “‘Ain’t It Funny’ ‘and” Let’s Get Loud.’ ‘
JLo was spectacular with his dance group and raised the level even more by putting those present at the stadium to dance. She was accompanied on stage by her 11-year-old daughter Emme and Colombian J Balvin.
Both sang together the “Waka Waka“, the song of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and that became a success of Shakira and ‘Whenever Wherever’, closing the show dancing Latin music, Cuban music.
The Colombian Shakira brought her grace and her art to the Capital of the Sun with her sticky themes in both Spanish and English.
“This program will have very important repercussions,” Shakira said in a previous interview. “We are a mixture of cultures and retain so many idiosyncratic cultural features that make us unique. Our music is a reflection of that. ”
The NFL seeks to expand a base of Latino fans that is growing every day and nothing more appropriate for this great event in Miami than to take the stage to two Latin icons such as JLo and Shakira.
Jenniffer López, an American with Puerto Rican blood, brought a lot of energy to the Dolphins stadium by raising the temperature with the most popular songs from his repertoire.
“The energy we provide Latinos is very different. I hope it is the beginning of a change for the better, ”said JLo. “What we can do is represent our community and also women. We are here, we have voices and we are going to use them. ”
The two singers are married to two elite athletes, although other sports. Shakira with Barcelona soccer player Gerard Piqué and Jennifer López with former Major League player Alex Rodriguez so they both know what it is to compete at the highest level.
Shakira and JLo are the first Latinas to perform in a Super Bowl since Cuban singer Gloria Estefan did it precisely in Miami in 1999, repeating her Minneapolis performance in 1992.
Undoubtedly, the Latin power made the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami vibrate with the performances of Shakira and JLo in an intermediate with a lot of flavors.