Camila’s hair He is having an excellent professional moment, but even though he has developed his career in the United States, he feels closer to his Latino ancestry.
In a recent interview with the magazine, Vogue MexicoThe singer, with Cuban and Mexican roots, revealed how much her origins are today in her life and her songs.
“As I grew up, I put my life story into context. I lived in Cuba and Mexico until I was seven years old before moving to Miami, and at the age of fifteen I moved to Los Angeles and that was the moment I did the full move to the States, without having The Latin American culture of my family, ”said the artist.
However, Camila sometimes felt that she was from one place and another at the same time: “I have had times in my life where I miss Latin culture so much. But if I go to live in Mexico or Cuba, I always think that no matter how much time I will be the person who does not have the years of culture that people lived there, in those places I would be gringa, though in the States I feel Latin.”
“Being a Latino woman in the United States, music for me is a broadcaster of who I am,” said the “Havana” singer, who tried to express these feelings through her songs.
The singer admitted that she wasn’t rooted in her first albums and even wrote her music in English, but there came a time when she realized that “it was important to me not only to bring songs from my childhood into the studio for American producers and collaborators, but to be able to share them with Latino people as well.”
Specifically, his third album as a soloist, familyIt was released last Aprilis the embodiment of those desires to return to her roots, for her it is an album that contains a lot of her culture vocally, but also talks about concepts such as family, having fun with your friends, and authenticity, she emphasized. Vogue Mexicowhich was also dedicated four years ago story cover from the magazine.
Camila Cabello has a big dream of having a “house full of noise and people”, where she can enjoy this idea of family in the future with her children and be able to relive the times her mother tells about her December 24 in Cuba, where all family and friends gathered in his house.
One of the songs included on this latest album, in which he also sang Celia Cruz, was recorded with Yotuel Romero. The song is titled Lula talks about the unstable situation in Cuba It is a demand for all those young people who live on the island without opportunities.
Just a few days ago The singer celebrated Spanish Heritage Month With pictures of his family and all those memories he cherished with them, from his experiences in Cuba and Mexico.
Last July, Camila surprised her followers with a video of her having a great time with her grandmother singing The theme of the late Cuban singer-songwriter Polo Montañez is “Lots of Stars”..
Camila Cabello now On a tour in South America with a pinch familybut at every stage there is no shortage of those other songs with which he has managed to conquer his audience.
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