Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao Curated

Singer songwriter actress

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  • Any tip to little camilas who want to make it big like you?

    "I learned from my family that if you work hard enough and you want it badly enough, you can do the impossible,"

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  • how was an immigrant family such as yours able to cope with a new environment?

    I learned fast because i literally had to, in order to survive. Immigrants have one thing in common: Hunger. I don't mean it literally, although that's true too, but metaphorically. The hunger to do the impossible because you have no choice, because you came too damn far, because you've known what struggling is, and you're not going to take an opportunity for granted. The hunger and ability to win above people with better circumstances than you simply because you want it badly enough"

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  • How would you overcome fear?

    "Whenever I have to make a decision now, and I'm afraid, my mom always reminds me of that day. "That day, I knew if I thought about it, fear would make me turn back. That's why when you're afraid, you force yourself to jump. You don't think, you just jump," she says to me,"

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  • What is your greatest achievement?

    Singing with my dad in Mexico City!

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  • Do you consider being under 30 an advantage in your chosen career?

    No

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  • How many hours per week do you work?

    168

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  • What is the biggest myth about Millennials?

    That we’re getting smarter with technology.

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  • What living person is your dream mentor?

    Kobe Bryant.

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  • what App you can’t live without?

    Voice memos!

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  • Worst advice you have ever received?

    “Sometimes you have to sacrifice authenticity to have hits.” I think honesty and doing things you believe in will always be [what] wins.

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  • What piece of advice would you give to your 18-year-old self?

    Don’t take life so seriously.

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  • What’s this about you not knowing how to drive? Is that true?

    I don’t know how to drive! I went to Los Angeles for X Factor when I was 15 years old and I’ve been working nonstop ever since. So honestly, I haven’t had the time! I’m also way too clumsy and distracted to drive a car. I think… at least for now.

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  • What’s this about you not knowing how to drive? Is that true?

    I don’t know how to drive! I went to Los Angeles for X Factor when I was 15 years old and I’ve been working nonstop ever since. So honestly, I haven’t had the time! I’m also way too clumsy and distracted to drive a car. I think… at least for now.

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  • What’s this about you not knowing how to drive? Is that true?

    I don’t know how to drive! I went to Los Angeles for X Factor when I was 15 years old and I’ve been working nonstop ever since. So honestly, I haven’t had the time! I’m also way too clumsy and distracted to drive a car. I think… at least for now.

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  • What’s this about you not knowing how to drive? Is that true?

    I don’t know how to drive! I went to Los Angeles for X Factor when I was 15 years old and I’ve been working nonstop ever since. So honestly, I haven’t had the time! I’m also way too clumsy and distracted to drive a car. I think… at least for now.

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  • You toured with Bruno Mars. What was it like to tour with someone with such a long list of accomplishments? Do performers learn tips from each other while touring?

    I was super nervous to meet Bruno because all I could think about was how many ridiculously good songs he has and how good of a musician and performer he is! But opening for him on his tour was really great training for me because I was performing in front of crowds that weren’t there to see me; I had to win them over during my set. I definitely learned a lot from seeing him own the stage every night. Touring with somebody who is that good motivated me to step up my game and get better every night. And offstage, he is the nicest, most chill dude.

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  • what other collaborations you would like to do?

    I love to collaborate with people who are very different from me, people who show me something new. I’d love to collaborate with Daft Punk someday. And there is a long list of rappers with whom I’d love to collaborate. I worship Nicki Minaj – she’s amazing. Also, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Drake… I’ve gotta work really hard to get to them, but someday I hope it will happen!

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  • Billboard recently conducted a poll to ask which female singer should collaborate on a remix of Luis Fonsi’s summer smash, “Despacito,” and you won – by a lot. Is that a project you would like to do?

    I think it’s a little late for me to hop on “Despacito.” I think I’ll just do my own private remix concert in the shower (which I did in every state during this past summer tour anyway)… yeah!

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  • You were once a member of Fifth Harmony. Performing as a solo artist is certainly a big adjustment from performing alongside four girls. How would you describe the transition?

    At first, it was really nerve-racking. But like anything, the more you do it, the more comfortable you become, and the more you learn how to improve. It helps to remember that everybody in the room ultimately just wants to have fun and have a good time. So, I interact with the crowd and make them feel good. Performing solo was once intimidating. But I’ve learned a lot and now I feel very relaxed on stage.

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  • Sia wrote “Crying in the Club,” but you added some elements to the song. Overall, was the album difficult to write? Did you have other writing partners?

    Every song that made my album is a song that originated from notes on my phone. It’s really important to me that you can hear my voice as a songwriter through this album because that’s the whole reason I love creating music. I usually write lyrics or titles as notes on my phone and bring them into sessions. “Havana,” “Never Be the Same,” “Questions”… they all started as notes in my phone. I wouldn’t say the album was difficult to write because I’m always writing. I would be writing even if I was unable to make an album. Writing isn’t part of my job or career; but it’s my way of expressing myself and it’s one of the things I love to do most in the world.

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  • With everything that’s happened in your life over the past year or so, how important is it to you to get your first album out to the world?

    I feel like I can’t really breathe the same until I release it. People are really going to know me better when they listen to my album. You may know my personality through social media and interviews, but my dreams, fears, fantasies, and secrets are only in my music. I set out to create a body of work that represents me and one that I could be proud. This album has exceeded my expectations.

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  • You appreciate your team members so much, how important is the personal and social connection with your team members?

    “You can have so many #1’s and you can be rich as hell and be famous as hell, but nothing compares to the feeling of looking to the person next to you and knowing that they got your back, and they care about you and they love you.”

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  • How do you maintain work life balance?

    “This isn’t a 9 to 5 job. It’s not like we clock in and then we’re out, i lack normal social life experience, which is why its my biggest priority"

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  • who's your favourite designer?

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  • What's a cause near and dear to your heart?

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  • What's something you want dreamers and immigrants to hear?

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  • what's the thing you are most proud of, off stage?

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  • Who's work has really made profound impact on you?

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  • What gave you courage to sing in spite of the social anxiety of diffidence?

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  • is it true that you were very shy as a child?

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  • is it true that you were very shy as a child?

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  • How does the vibe of an audience affect your performance?

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  • what is the hardest part about performing to a live audience?

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  • when did you know that you wanna be a performer?

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  • who were your earlier inspirations?

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  • who is your music icon?

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  • what is your go-to dessert order?

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  • what is your go-to dessert order?

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  • What is your go-to drink order?

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  • Tell us something that people do not know about you?

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  • Whats your dream?

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  • Your songs are so personal, what is the most meaningful song?

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  • Do you think you have to be in love to write love songs?

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  • what is your song writing process like?

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