No Creo

"No Creo" (I don't believe) is a song written and performed by the Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira. The song was released as the fourth single from her multi-platinum album Dónde Están los Ladrones? (1998) and later from her acoustic performance of the song on the MTV show Unplugged (2000). In the song, the singer expresses how she believes in nothing and nobody except her lover. The song references popular socially accepted or non-accepted norms such as herself, luck, Karl Marx, Jean-Paul Sartre, Mars and Venus, and Brian Weiss.

"No Creo"
Austrian CD commercial edition
Single by Shakira
from the album Dónde Están los Ladrones?
Released17 February 1999 (1999-02-17)
Recorded1998; Crescent Moon Studios
(Miami, Florida)
GenreRock en español
LabelSony Latin
  • Shakira Mebarak
  • Luis F. Ochoa[1]
  • Shakira
  • Luis Fernando Ochoa
Shakira singles chronology
"No Creo"
"Ojos Así"
Dónde Están los Ladrones? track listing
11 tracks
  1. "Ciega, Sordomuda"
  2. "Si Te Vas"
  3. "Moscas en la Casa"
  4. "No Creo"
  5. "Inevitable"
  6. "Octavo Día"
  7. "Que Vuelvas"
  8. ""
  9. "¿Dónde Están Los Ladrones?"
  10. "Sombra de Ti"
  11. "Ojos Así"
MTV Unplugged track listing
11 tracks
  1. "Intro/Octavo Día"
  2. "Si Te Vas"
  3. "Dónde Están Los Ladrones?"
  4. "Moscas en la Casa"
  5. "Ciega, Sordomuda"
  6. "Inevitable"
  7. "Estoy Aquí"
  8. ""
  9. "Sombra de Ti"
  10. "No Creo"
  11. "Ojos Así"
Music video
"No Creo" on YouTube

Music videoEdit

The video begins in a room, where Shakira jumps out of a window into a grassland where eccentric people are present. She scratches the ceiling of a room, goes through dark rooms, riots, swims through a washing room. The video is also present in her hit, "Ciega, Sordomuda", which therefore sparked rumors some scenes were shot back-to-back with "Ciega, Sordomuda".


Chart (1999–2000) Peak
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[2] 9
US Latin Pop Airplay (Billboard)[3] 2


  1. ^ "Shakira songs – No Creo". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 19 November 2009.
  2. ^ "Shakira Chart History (Hot Latin Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved 8 August 2010.
  3. ^ "Shakira Chart History (Latin Pop Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved 8 August 2010.

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