In KAROL G and Shakira's song TQG, the artists explore the theme of love breakup. The singer questions her ex for leaving and getting a new girlfriend, even though he still loves her. She points out that her ex's attempt to fill the void with another person is like covering a wound with makeup, since it's not visible but it's still felt. She also points out that her ex doesn't know that she has changed and now she is tougher, making money from sport. She tells her ex that she doesn't have time for his lack of positive contributions and that he is no longer welcome. Finally, she tells her ex that his new girlfriend doesn't have a good hand and that at least she had him when he was pretty.
Karol G is a Colombian reggaeton singer and songwriter who has taken the Latin music world by storm. She is best known for her hit singles "Mi Cama," "Ahora Me Llama," and "Culpables." Karol G's music has been described as predominantly reggaeton and Latin trap. Karol G has collaborated with some of the biggest names in Latin music, including J Balvin, Anuel AA, Bad Bunny, and Shakira. She also collaborated with English speaking artists, and her song "Tusa" with Nicki Minaj charted internationally and was certified 28× Latin Platinum by the RIAA, staying on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart for 25 weeks.