Shining in more ways than one, the Grammy winner stomped across Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium stage in $20,000 Dan Life crystal boots last night (February 2) and set television sets and Twitter alight in the process with her high octane, co-headlined Super Bowl performance with fellow Latin Pop diva Jennifer Lopez.
Cranking out hits ‘She Wolf,’ ‘Whenever, Wherever,’ ‘Waka Waka,’ and more, the songstress – who also celebrated her 43rd birthday yesterday – got quite the gift from viewers, updated iTunes reveals, as there has been reignited interest in her world renown catalog.
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As of time reported, iTunes charts not only show Shaki has placed four tunes in the top 25 (2 in the top 5 alone), but she’s being held at bay from the top spot only by ‘Only the Young’ – Taylor Swift‘s newest hit.
In fact, every song she performed at last night’s game is currently impacting real-time sales chart. As if that’s not enough, even cuts that didn’t get the spotlight – ‘Underneath Your Clothes’ and ‘Try Everything’ – have also landed on the tally’s upper rankings.
Outpacing the sales performance of her Super Bowl co-star’s (Lopez) tracks on the list (as well as some of today’s top hits by other artists), the effects of Shakira’s seismic showing could see some of the tunes re-enter the Billboard Hot 100 next week once streaming figures are calculated.
Keep it locked to That Grape Juice for more news on this as it develops.