Shakira's Best 15 Collabs (Part 2)

No:7 Alejandro Sanz feat. Shakira, "Te Lo Agradezco, Pero No" “Te Lo Agradezco” is a pop-infused bolero with hints of mambo.

No:6 Shakira & Maluma, "Chantaje" thrives on a subtle and sensual reggaetón beat, thanks to the artists’ back-and-forth flirty, slick verses where they take turns teasing each other.

No:5 Shakira feat. Wyclef Jean, “Hips Don’t Lie” This global hit earned Shakira her first and (to date) only No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, which she led for two weeks in April 2006.

No:4 Maná & Shakira, “Mi Verdad”  Maná have merited hits on their own with hardly any collaborations in their 35-year repertoire.

No:3 Shakira & Carlos Vives, "La Bicicleta" Tropical tune, combines cumbia, pop and vallenato, invites you to dance and leave your sorrows behind to enjoy the simplest pleasures in life.

No:2 Shakira & Gustavo Cerati, “No” Hands down, “No” is one of the most majestic power ballads of Latin pop. It has wondrous dream-pop guitar riffs and quiet, luminous vocals.

No:1 Shakira & Alejandro Sanz, "La Tortura" The urban-tinged, hip-swiveling pop song became instant earworm, later winning record of the year and song of the year at the Latin Grammys in 2006.