Tiësto and Karol G are making history with their new collaboration “Don’t Be Shy”.
The song marks the first English song ever for multiplatinum superstar Karol G, as well as her first foray into dance music. It also celebrates the first Latin Artist collaboration for GRAMMY® Award-winning, platinum-certified, international icon, Tiësto. In true Tiësto fashion, he continues to expand across genres and styles, constantly evolving his music and craft.
“Karol G is such a talented superstar and the perfect addition to this song – When I first heard her smooth vocals on “Don’t Be Shy” I was instantly hooked. I am thrilled to share this collab with both of our fans around the entire world” – Tiësto.
The duo also recently shot a music video in Miami, FL, directed by the phenom Director Christian Breslauer. This music video takes place at a very special museum, full of surprises, an intoxicating dance performance by stunning Karol G and appearances from Tiësto and Comedian, Blake Webber.
Tiësto will celebrate the release of this new single this Saturday at Ayu Dayclub as part of his Las Vegas residency and partnership with Zouk Group and Resorts World Las Vegas with a special launch party to kick off his summer performances entitled “Don’t Be Shy Las Vegas.” The official music video for the track will debut on the resort’s 100,000-square-foot West Tower LED screen in conjunction with the song’s debut on Aug. 12 at 9 a.m. PT.
“Working with Tiesto has been one of the most beautiful surprises that has happened to me this year. I feel like I manifested it. My playlist includes various songs of his and I listen to them often. When I was approached with the idea to work together and on top of that to sing a song in English my excitement was on another level. First, for the opportunity to be able to work with Tiesto and second because it would be my first time singing a song completely in English. I’ve always wanted to be known for my music in Spanish, but I also feel like right now it’s the perfect time to experiment, expanding and conquering a different audience.” Karol G.