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Camila Cabello says Taylor Swift wrote the soundtrack of her life

Camila Cabello recently gave Taylor Swift a big compliment in a new interview.

In a short excerpt Posted to Twitter by streaming service Deezer on Thursday, an off-screen interviewer asks Cabello who wrote the soundtrack to his life. After a brief pause, she nods, seemingly sure of her answer: Taylor Swift.

It’s not the first time he’s been asked the question. In a 2018 interview with Tiger Beat, she revealed five songs that “shaped her life” and, of course, Swift was on that list. She listed “Hey Stephen” as her No. 3 song, describing it as her “go-to anthem” as a teenager.

Other songs on her list include “Wake Me Up” by Ed Sheeran, with whom she recently collaborated on his single “Bam Bam”; “Damaged” by Danity Kane; “The Way You Make Me Feel” by Michael Jackson and his own “Never Be the Same”.

Cabello has never been shy about expressing his love for Swift’s music. In a 2019 Instagram post, she said Swift’s music was “the soundtrack to so many moments in my life.”

“You have always been my biggest inspiration in my own musical journey as a writer and artist!” she continued, alongside a clip of her performance with Swift and Halsey at the American Music Awards. Swift was honored that year as Artist of the Decade.

Camila Cabello recently said that Taylor Swift was behind the soundtrack of her life. The two are shown here during the 2019 performance at the American Music Awards.
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The year before, Cabello enthusiastically tweeted about Swift’s upcoming tour to promote the Reputation album, wondering what songs earlier in Swift’s catalog she would play.

The feeling appears to be mutual, as Swift and Cabello became friends through mutual friend Austin Mahone. Cabello also supported Swift on select dates on the Reputation to visit.

“Taylor is always the person I go to for boy advice,” Cabello said. Seventeen magazine in 2017. “The reason we became friends was only because we think the same way about a lot of things: we’re both very sensitive and emotional when it comes to love. We love love. love and we love to write songs about love.”

Swift once praised Cabello in an essay she wrote for She UK edition of the magazine.

“In modern pop, songs/bops/chunes with extremely personal details like ‘Kiki, do you love me’ and ‘Baby pull me closer in the backseat of your rover’ have cut through at the most cultural level. world. This year on tour, I could hear the crowds at the stadium singing passionately about a young woman from Cuba singing ‘Havana,'” Swift wrote.

Newsweek contacted representatives for Deezer and Taylor Swift for comment.


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