Shakira and Rihanna turn up the heat in a steamy, collaborated music video, "Can't Remember to Forget You." The two singers first teased the music video earlier in January on Instagram, featuring the hot stars in flimsy, revealing outfits, smoking cigars in their swimsuits. The Colombian sensation has teamed up with the Barbadian beauty for a very provocative music clip.
The clip begins with Shakira frolicking on a bed as she sings about the mistakes she has made in love. Rihanna shows up next and not long after the two are already getting up close and personal, romping on a duet, sexily smoking cigars and dancing against the walls.
Shakira twerks into a wall in her lace bikini tops and gets cozy with Rihanna while both of the ladies are topless, seductively staring at the camera. Later in the video, the singers will be shown gyrating against walls, getting too close as they caress each other. Blonde bombshell Shakira will be shown jamming on a guitar and a set of drums while in a pool of water. The video shows sexually explicit images and can be watched below. It was released on Jan. 30, included in Shakira's upcoming 10th album named "Shakira," which is scheduled to be out on March 25.
36-year-old Shakira talks about working with Rihanna, 25, in her interview with Glamour magazine's February issue where she appears on the cover. "Working with Rihanna was utopia. She is the sexiest lady on the planet," she said of Rihanna. "At the end of the day, the two of us were both just basically Caribbean women. Our chemistry was so real and so good. Rihanna taught me dance moves. She was such a sweet teacher."
The music video was posted online only on Jan. 30 and it is already beginning to be one of the hottest videos of 2014 with over two million views in just a matter of hours. With a bit of upbeat tunes and reggae flavour, Shakira's iconic voice soars on the music track and the chorus adds a bit more edge to the song. The singer just gave birth to Barcelona soccer player Gerard Pique's son in Barcelona, Spain in January.