In the last weeks, “Good 4 U“, the great success of Olivia rodrigo, released as the third promotional single of ‘Sour‘, her debut record production, has been embroiled in controversy due to accusations that compared it to “Misery business” from Paramore. However, that has not prevented it from being valued by various artists, including Camila Cabello.
After having resolved its legal controversy, which led Olivia Rodrigo to assign credits in the composition of “Good 4 U“to Hayley Williams and Josh Farro, former member of ParamoreMuch has been said about the singer and comparisons with this and other songs from her first LP have not stopped.
Camila Cabello’s tribute to Olivia Rodrigo behind the controversy
Despite all this case, about which you can learn more in this link, This song continues to appear in the popularity charts and reaping achievements for the young singer, who, far from accusations for alleged lack of originality, has been applauded by her colleagues in the industry and even honored with new versions of her songs. just like you did recently Camila Cabello.
Right now, the current couple of Shawn mendes She is promoting the press for her new single entitled “Don’t Go Yet”, in addition to the dissemination of her participation in the new Amazon Prime Video movie, ‘Cinderella’, in which she is the protagonist.
Camila Cabello’s session at BBC Radio 1’s ‘Live Lounge’
Meanwhile, Camila Cabello has been invited to hold a session at the ‘Live Lounge‘from the British broadcaster BBC Radio 1 and his participation has surprised by bringing all the Latin musical fusion that has characterized his solo artistic project to the studio of the program.
In the midst of percussions and accordions, during the broadcast broadcast on the morning of this Monday, September 7, 2021, Camila Cabello presented a performance of “Don’t Go Yet” and subsequently thrilled the audience with a completely different version of “Good 4 U“
Camila Cabello puts a Latin twist on Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U”
Have you ever imagined listening to this hit by Olivia rodrigo to the pure musical style of Latin America? Well, the interpreter of “Havana” has made it come true, by giving a Cuban-American sound twist to the popular rock melody of the 18-year-old actress.
On this link you can enjoy the full session of Camila Cabello at ‘Live Lounge‘ of the BBC Radio 1. What did you think of his cover of “Good 4 U“? Leave us your comments and remember to follow us on our social networks for more information on your favorite artists.