The Colombian singer has conquered iTunes Top 100 19 years after its release.

The success of Shakira, Whenever Wherever (Luck), has conquered the Top 100 of iTunes 19 years after its release.

The Colombian star performed a fragment of the song during her part-time Super Bowl performance on Sunday, and it seems that it was enough to bring the song to the top of downloads.

The songs of Shakira, Hips Don’t Lie, Waka Waka and She Wolf (Loba) have also risen to the top 10, thanks to their performance, along with Jennifer Lopez, in Miami, Florida.

Pop star Jennifer Lopez and her special guests Bad Bunny and J Balvin have also experienced an increase in sales on Spotify.

Shakira’s songs, Empire and She Wolf, shot up more than 900 percent in the hours after the Super Bowl, while Lopez’s interest in Get Right and Waiting For Tonight increased by more than 680 percent.