'The Voice' coach Camila Cabello: Artists need to stay 'true'
For "The Voice" coach and singer Camila Cabello, tapping into "the most authentic version of yourself" is crucial for breaking into the music scene.
For Latin Grammy-winning singer Camila Cabello, tapping into "the most authentic version of yourself" is crucial for breaking into the music scene as a new artist.
That's part of the insight the first-time coach and judge on the 22nd season of NBC's “The Voice” has shared with aspiring artists participating in the singing competition, particularly to those on Team Camila. (NBC and NBC News share a parent company, NBCUniversal.)
“I think each artist has to stay true to themselves and that is the most valuable tip I could give,” Cabello told NBC News in an email ahead of Monday and Tuesday, when viewers will vote to select the eight contestants who will move on to the semifinal.
The Cuban American from Miami described her coaching style as a balance between being "hands on" and giving "everyone on my team the space to develop on their own."
Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello and Blake Shelton on "The Voice."Tyler Golden / NBCHer coaching style is also informed by her experiences in singing competitions.