Camila Cabello and Blake Shelton, coaches on “The Voice,” enjoy bringing their sense of humor both onstage and off. On the other hand, Cabello was forced to make an embarrassing admission about her musical knowledge during this banter.
Fans have grown accustomed to the duo teasing each other between their team members’ performances as new episodes of season 22 of the popular NBC series continue to air.
They took it outside of the show this time. As seen in a recent TikTok video that went viral on the internet, Blake mocks Camila’s musical knowledge.
He says in the short clip:
“People have given me crap over the years for not knowing certain songs. But Camila is next level.”
When Blake starts questioning Camila about her knowledge of popular rock artists, she humbly admits that she knows nothing about the genre.
She then admits that she only knows one Metallica and Van Halen song, but she knows several more Guns N’ Roses songs.
Although some viewers may be surprised by Camila’s lack of musical knowledge (she has been in the music industry since 2012, when she auditioned for The X Factor), she does make some reasonable comments later in the video.
She rationalizes referencing her Cuban heritage:
“One, I was not born in America. And how many songs from the past 30 years do you know, Blake? So calm down, abuelo.”
Camila is entirely correct, as all of the singers Blake questioned had their greatest success in the 1980s.
However, since Blake has been on The Voice since its inception in 2011, it is clear that he knows more about music than he lets on.
Cabello is ideal if you need more musical knowledge. Her most recent single is also ideal for the upcoming holidays.
The video for Camila Cabello’s rendition of “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” has been released. Cabello first performed the song on NBC’s “Michael Bublé’s Christmas in the City” last year. The song’s initial release was on Amazon Music.
Cabello recently starred as Cinderella in the 2021 Amazon Prime film Cinderella. Last month, she performed her most recent single, “Don’t Go Yet,” at the MTV Video Music Awards. This song appears on her new album, “Familia,” which was released earlier this year. Cabello’s third studio album, following “Romance” and her self-titled debut. Cabello was previously a member of the popular girl group Fifth Harmony.