September is a special month for the “Live Lounge”, a well-known segment on BBC Radio 1, UK, featuring several special guests. There, the most important artists sing their hits, but he has a tradition of covering it, performing a cover of another artist.
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Last Tuesday, September 7, it was his turn to be no less than Camila Cabello and his choice was one of the biggest hits of the moment: “Good 4 u“, from Olivia rodrigo.
However, the Cuban-born singer made some arrangements to the song, as she decided to change the electric guitar for typical Latin music instruments. Thus, he kept the identity of his current job.
The disc “Family”, still without a release date, is inspired by his Cuban roots, as well as having lived in Mexico for a while.
Since its success in “Havana”Camila, 24, has highly valued her Cuban and Mexican culture. This came with a lot of force on their recent single “Don’t Go Yet”. But that doesn’t happen just in front of the cameras. In an interview with the Australian TV show SunriseThe actress also said that she likes to be immersed in Latin culture. To do this, he reads books in Spanish and watches television programs in his mother tongue.
“I love to dress in very bright colors, which is very Mexican and Cuban. I also love to cook, but I can’t do it all the time, it would be unhealthy. And I read in Spanish in addition to watching TV shows in Spanish. I love delving into my culture, it inspires me and makes me happy, ”he said.
He even showed the book he is currently reading. It is about “Women of my soul”, by Isabel Allende. The book is the author’s memory of her relationship with feminism, in addition to saying that adulthood must be lived, felt and enjoyed with all its intensity.
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Just a few days ago, it was the premiere of the new version of “Cinderella”, film which marks Camila’s acting debut playing the fairy tale princess Cinderella. The film is now available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.