“Landslide In Havana” by CAMILA CABELLO Vs. FLEETWOOD MAC

Fleetwood Mac - Camilo
Congratulations to Stevie Nicks for being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist. Also, much props for having cocaine blown up your butt with a straw. If that ain’t a gypsy woman, I don’t know what is.

Now, a mash up.

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“Desert Rose In Havana” by STING Vs. CAMILE CABELLO

Sting - Camila
I am not sure when this happened, but it’s troubling. Bob Marley has become the Jimmy Buffett of reggae. Sadly, it has nothing to do with the music, it has everything to do with the fans.

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“Havana Skyfall” by ADELE Vs. CAMILA CABELLO

Camila - Adele
Did you know that Camila Cabello was a contestant on the second season of the American version of The X Factor?

Did you know that Camila Cabello won a 2018 Radio Disney Music Award?

Did you know that Adele is short for Adele Laurie Blue Adkins?

Did you know that Adele won a Grammy for “Skyfall”?

Did you know that trivia is defined as details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value?

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“Neither One Of Us (Want To Be The First To Say Havana)” by GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS Vs. CAMILA CABELLO FEATURING YOUNG THUG

Camila - Gladys
Growing up, I wanted to be a Pip. Not just any Pip, but the Pip in the middle. He appeared to be the Moe of the Pips, the leader, the guy who was not afraid to smack the other Pips in the back of the head with a vicious slap or a lead pipe, and say, “Spread out, numbskulls.”

In the early 1970s, Gladys Knight & The Pips performed “Midnight Train To Georgia” on the Grammy Awards.  I was mesmerized by their rhythmic sidesteps, graceful hip swivels. and orchestrated finger snaps, as well as the large bouncing afros. So bad ass. The topper was the simulation of that midnight train, the three Pips like playful engineers pulling the whistle and singing, woo hoo. Sure, Gladys Knight was amazing, but without the Pips, she can only be Gladys Knight.

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