From "La Tortura" to "Chantaje," see which song takes the No. 1 spot.

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Shakira, the powerful rockera singer-songwriter from Colombia who we all came to know for her heart-wrenching ballads and pop anthems,

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didn’t really collaborate with any other well-known artists in the first decade of her career.

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It wasn’t until 2005, when she released Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 and Oral Fixation, Vol. 2, that she turned heads with superstar collaborations

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the Alejandro Sanz-assisted “La Tortura” and “Hips Don’t Lie” with Wyclef Jean. The only other artists she featured in those two albums were Gustavo Cerati and Carlos Santana.

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Since, Shakira has been more open to collaborations, teaming up with an elite list of companions that includes Maluma

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Prince Royce, Maná and Black Eyed Peas, for songs which are additionally greater experimental sonically

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In honor of Shakira’s new collab with Ozuna, below, check out Shakira’s 15 best collaborations, according to Billboard‘s Latin editors, ranked.

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