The special edition of the singer's 10th record will be exclusively sold at Target.
"I really wanted to offer my fans something new and exclusive product with music that they could obtain and Target was the perfect vehicle and the perfect platform for this," the 37-year-old singer told E! News.
Shakira added that it was "a great honor" to partner up with Target as the company "is one of the most important distributors of music in the U.S."
The three bonus tracks are called "La La La," "Chasing Shadows" and "That Way."
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