Singer Camila Hairfaithful defender of her Cuban and Mexican roots, assured that “being Latina is delicious.”
The new one coach of The Voice US celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a moving video of his family and the precious moments and traditions he treasures with his loved ones.
“For me, my grandmother and my mother reveal their maximum expression and what our culture represents when we have our family parties and everyone is in the room dancing to the songs we danced to when I was a child,” she said in a video on networks. social networks in which beautiful photos of his childhood are shown.
“For me, being a Latina is consciously finding the power to represent your people and who we are,” said the 25-year-old Miami-based singer.
Camila Cabello was born in Cojímar, Havana, to a Cuban mother and a Mexican father. When she was five years old she moved to Mexico and then crossed the US border with his mother to benefit from the then current wet foot/dry foot policy.
In April, the former Fifth Harmony member released her third album, Familyin which he sings to his Latin roots and, in his own words, is a celebration of his culture.
The twelve-song album is headed by the song “Celia”, which she performs entirely in Spanish and, although she talks about a story with a boy she likes, she winks at the Guarachera from Cuba, Celia Cruz.
Another of the songs on the album in which she sings to the land where she was born is “Lola”a collaboration with the Cuban musician Yotuel Romero, in which he also refers to the lack of freedom and rights on the island.
In December of last year, Camila brought her Latin roots to the White Housefor the Christmas special, in which she performed her hits “Havana” and “Don’t go yet” and a version of “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” accompanied by a mariachi band.