Some Music Artists Like To Keep Their Jobs Strictly Professional, But For Camila Cabello It’s The Complete Opposite And Here’s Why
“I’m human. I need to hug people, I need to laugh with people, I need to cry with people. I need that part.”
After touching on the anxiety she felt during her first solo tour, Camila Cabello continues to share personal details about her life and career with us in the second episode of her YouTube tour documentary. In this episode Cabello explains how her job and social life are not normal. “This isn’t a 9 to 5 job. It’s not like we clock in and then we’re out,” Cabello explains. Due to the endless time and dedication this job requires, Cabello says she isn’t able to have a “normal social life experience.” This is what pushes her to make her social life one of her biggest priorities.
Although there are some music artists who like to keep their jobs strictly professional, with the routine of rehearsing, performing and then going straight back to their hotel rooms, for Cabello it’s the complete opposite. “I’m human. I need to hug people, I need to laugh with people, I need to cry with people. I need that part,” Cabello emphasizes. The interaction and personal connection she builds with her team is extremely essential to her work. From Ashley, her Guitarist, to Darius, her Drummer, Cabello explains why every single person in her team means so much to her. “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.”