2019 American Music Awards

Camilo, Pedro Capo & Shakira Unveil Epic 'Tutu (Remix)': Listen

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Shakira performs live at The O2 Arena on June 11, 2018 in London.

After much speculation on social media, the wait is finally over: Camilo, Pedro Capó and Shakira have officially teamed up for the remix of “Tutu," which premiered Tuesday (Oct. 15).  

The Shak-revamped version kicks off with the Colombian songstress singing: "What can I do to not have this feeling? / What can I do to now lose you? / It's counterproductive / How do I satisfy this feeling that I have? / It consumes me slowly." She then joins the boys in the catchy chorus. 

All three artists first shared the news on their individual Instagram accounts on Saturday (Oct. 13). “Don’t pinch me, I don’t want to believe I’m dreaming,” Camilo expressed. “How exciting to collaborate with great talents like Shakira and my brother Camilo. As a good friend would say ... "the pack always comes together!” noted Capó. Meanwhile, Shakira stated: “You asked for it, and whatever you want from me, you got it.” 

On Oct. 5, Shak shared a short video of herself singing part of “Tutu,” Camilo’s recent feel-good song in collaboration with Pedro Capó. “I can’t get this song out of my head!” she captioned the clip, in which she’s wearing a red cami and rocking the heart-shaped glasses filter.

Camilo, who was featured as Billboard’s Latin Artist on the Rise in August, later shared his reaction on Instagram, expressing that he almost fainted. “After jumping all over the house and having sent this video to my parents, my sister, my girlfriend and the rest of the people I know, I have to say that I can't believe it,” he said, noting that he owned his first Shakira cassette when he was 7 years old. “From that moment until today @shakira is in my mind, synonymous with greatness and excellence.”

“Tutu (Remix)” is out now. Listen below.

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