Los Angeles (USA), Jan 26 (EFE).- The Grammy Museum, located in Los Angeles, will open an interactive exhibition on Shakira’s musical career on March 4, which will include objects from her archive staff, three films and an immersive space inspired by his “El Dorado” tour.
“It is an honor to exhibit the journey of my career at the Grammy Museum. (…) These pieces are testimony to so many indelible moments that I appreciate and I am very happy to be able to relive them,” said the Colombian artist in a press release issued this Thursday by the United States Recording Academy.
The institution, organizer of the prestigious Grammy Awards, specified that the exhibition “Shakira: The Grammy Museum Experience” aims to explore the legacy of the singer-songwriter from her origins as a lover of Latin rock to becoming a superstar in other genres such as bachata. and the reggaeton.
“Shakira has figured out how to continue to evolve as an artist while her broad audience continues to grow,” Grammy Museum Vice President of Curation Affairs Jasen Emons said before the launch.
The exhibition, which will be on permanent display in a gallery dedicated to Latin music, will present forty (40) objects from Shakira’s personal archive, such as the two (2) outfits she wore during her performance at the 2020 Super Bowl or her Gibson Firebird electric guitar that is covered in 70,000 black Swarovski crystals.
Likewise, several of the composition notebooks and three original films recorded during the tours that the winner of thirteen Latin Grammys and three American Grammys has made (MADE) in different parts of the world will also be exhibited.
The tour will be complemented by the projection of some of her concerts and music videos in an immersive interactive experience that will allow attendees to learn about the milestones that have marked the artist’s career.
The announcement follows the successful launch of “SHAKIRA | BZRP Music Sessions #53”, along with Argentine producer and DJ Bizarrap, who made history by becoming the fastest Latin song to reach 100 million digital streams.
In addition, the video accumulated 160 million views on YouTube in the first week and, in this short period, also broke the record for monthly listeners for a Latino artist on the Spotify platform, with 68 million listeners.