Target and Shakira Give Fans More Music with Three Exclusive Tracks on “Shakira”
MINNEAPOLIS — Target® Corp. (NYSE: TGT) and international pop sensation Shakira are teaming up to release an exclusive deluxe edition of the award-winning Latin powerhouse’s new album, “Shakira.” The partnership is Target’s first major artist collaboration of 2014 and continues Target’s commitment to working with fan-favorite musicians to bring guests more content from the artists they love. The exclusive deluxe edition will include three bonus tracks and is available for pre-order now at Target.com.
“There were three special songs I recorded for ‘Shakira’ that I decided to save for the version of the album available only at Target,” said Shakira.
The exclusive deluxe edition of “Shakira” will be available in all U.S. Target stores and at Target.com on March 25, 2014. Fans got their first look at the Target and Shakira collaboration with the debut of a broadcast spot during the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards® on CBS.
“With three special bonus songs on our exclusive album, Shakira joins an unparalleled group of remarkable artists that partner with Target to give our guests more music,” said Anne Stanchfield, divisional merchandise manager of entertainment, Target. “Shakira is an international icon with an enormous following of fans that love her distinctive voice, boundless energy and hallmark dance moves. Guests will be thrilled with the three bonus tracks that can only be found at Target.”
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