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Here’s How Fans Reacted When Camila Cabello Vaguely Promised To Use Their Doodles During Her First Solo Tour

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Within two days of announcing the concert dates for her “Never Be The Same” tour, Camila Cabello’s first solo tour has completely sold out. As a way to show her appreciation for her fans, Cabello has asked everyone to submit their doodles, which she describes in a Twitter post as “anything that makes you smile, any messages you want me to see every night when I sing these songs to you.”

In response, Camilizers across the internet have submitted the most detailed and artistic doodles. Here are just a few of them:

Many of these illustrations stem from the love fans have for Cabello.

The details in this illustration are amazing.

Now that Cabello has opened the door for creative content submissions, fans are taking advantage and are bringing back Cabello fan art they have created in the past.

Can all of this art be printed on apparel and be made available for purchase please?

A repeated element you see in these illustrations is the butterfly.

I am in love with this.

For this fan in particular, the butterfly stands for hope.

Love that this doodle represents how this fan relates to Cabello on a personal level. Tbh, a lot of us can relate to the immigrant life.

Some of these illustrations are drawn with colored pencils.

So few people can create art like this with the most basic tools.

And others are drawn with highly pigmented markers.

These are so beautiful.

In addition to drawings, Camilizers are also submitting songs they have written that are inspired by Cabello.

It is clear that many of these creative illustrations go far beyond just a doodle, which is defined as a rough drawing or scribble.

Perfection. ✨

But even the drawings that are in fact doodles, still come off as beautiful album art.

Can’t wait to see how Cabello will incorporate these art pieces into her first solo tour. ?


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These 15 Latinx Artists Need To Be On All Of Your Playlists

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These 15 Latinx Artists Need To Be On All Of Your Playlists

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So many of us grew up listening to iconic Latinx artists, Celia Cruz, Marc Anthony, and Selena… along with Smashmouth, Eminem, and Britney Spears. So needless to say, our generation has the absolute best taste in music.

Of course, there are some artists from juventud that are still creating bomb music, but you should never sleep on new talent. Here’s our list of who you should be listening to today:

1. Santana

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Santana, you own my heart and my childhood. He has his own classics, but lately, he’s been doing a lot of collabs.

Listen to “Safari” with Guero Sosa and his 2017 album, “Power of Peace” with The Isley Brothers.

2. Bruno Mars

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Yes, Bruno Mars is an entity of his own but this collab with Cardi B is everything. It’s as ’90’s throwback as it looks and if you haven’t listened to it yet (?!), please pause. Listen. And find more Latino rappers for the next two slides.

3. Princess Nokia

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She’s Afro-Puerto Rican and identifies como una bruja and a queer feminist. Oh and she’s a crazy talented rapper. Um, plus, she straight up threw a cup of hot soup on a racist and then slapped him while on the train. In her own words, “And yes I threw hot soup in this mans face and kicked him off off the train, and kicked [him] in the face. Any other racists wanna try us again?” Just support her, k?

Listen to “Brujas” and “Tomboy.”

4. Maluca

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Oh hey, look another Latina feminist! Yeah, she’s crushing the patriarchy with her words. You’ve got to listen to this Dominican rapper now.

Listen to “Mala” and “El Tigeraso.”

5. Becky G

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You know her. She’s the Mexican queen of pop, today, who delivers both English and Spanish versions of her fans’ faves. The Inglewood native is also challenging the sexist double standard of what men and women can and can’t sing. Listen to her latest release, “Ya Es Hora.”

6. Jessie Reyez

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Reyez is Colombian-Canadian and best known for “Figures,” which is the song you need to listen to if you’re going through a breakup. Check out the remix with Daniel Caesar she just released this weekend!

7. Ibeyi

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If you could see her face, you might recognize 22-year-old twin sisters, Lisa Kaindé Diaz and Naomi Diaz from Beyonce’s “Lemonade.” Their music is bomb AF. Seriously, they know how to drop a beat and is deeply rooted in their Afro-Cuban roots.

Listen to “River.” Bey’s a fan.

8. Camila Cabello

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This goes without saying: Camila is our Cuban-Mexican heartthrob and I’m holding back from making this entire slideshow be about her.

Listen to “Havana Latin Remix” and “She Loves Control” and literally everything else.

9. Selena Gomez

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She’s named after the Selena and is Mexican-Italian. She’s been suffering from lupus, a gnarly auto-immune disease, and she’s been outspoken about her mental health. Also, she’s on a break with Bieber. Also, she’s talented AF.

10. Calma Carmona

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Here comes the more chill música. Calma’s the Afro-Puerto Rican soulful trance goddess we need to recover from the day. Her music is bliss with a beat.

Listen to “100 Vidas” and “When I Was Your Girl.”

11. Carla Morrison

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This Mexican beauty sings soulful, gorgeous ballads and her presence on stage are ethereal for real. I’m obsessed with her and pretty soon, you will be too. 🙂

Listen to “Duele” and “Eres Tú” and try not to think about your ex.

12. Claudia Prieto

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Ok, so she only has this one song that we found on the Spotify playlist, “Extranjera” but I’m obsessed. Think feel-good, chill vibes and support female artists.

13. Alex Cuba

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I first heard Alex Cuba open a set back in 2015 and he’s since released the solid Caribbean, Cuban music that you just need to sing along with.

Listen to “Por Donde Vas” and “Agua de Pozo.”

14. Shakira

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Shakira is a Colombian icon and while we know her from the 2000’s “Hips Don’t Lie”, she’s been producing music since she was in school.

Listen to her latest album “El Dorado,” especially the song “Me Enamoré.”

15. Cardi B.

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As if we even need to tell you to listen to Cardi B. This Trinidadian-Dominican, Bronx-er just dropped a new single over the weekend and it is the sexiest, sweetest way to rap to your boo’ to watch himself. Plus, she just glammed up her Bartier Cardi music video five seconds ago. Get on it!

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