See Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello’s Global Citizen Livestream Acoustic Set - EpicNews

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello livestreamed an acoustic efficiency and mentioned their self-isolation plans through the pair’s installment in Global Citizen’s Together at Home collection, “a virtual no-contact concert that aims to encourage everyone to take action and help stop the spread of COVID-19.”

During the 24-minute broadcast, Cabello and Mendes performed sparse renditions of Ed Sheeran’s “Kiss Me” in addition to “Havana,” “Lost in Japan” and their joint 2019 single “Señorita.”

Mendes additionally advisable that followers use their self-isolation time by watching the Harry Potter movie collection “top to end.” “We just started,” Cabello informed viewers.

“Social distancing doesn’t have to be boring,” Cabello added. “This is a crazy time, and we’re all going to come out of this together, we’re going to pull through, and we’re going to try and connect and make each other smile in the meantime.”

“This is a time when I think everybody should be extremely, extremely forgiving and kind to themselves and the people in their house and their family,” Mendes mentioned. “Because it’s scary and it’s frustrating and it’s hard … This is really going to be a practice of patience with yourself.”

The Together at Home collection — organized by the Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to boost consciousness of the coronavirus pandemic — has additionally featured intimate in-home performances by John Legend, Hozier, Common, Niall Horan, Charlie Puth and OneRepublic, who performed a 20-minute set Friday:

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With numerous excursions and festivals suspending and canceling within the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, artists like Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Diplo, Waxahatchee and dozens extra have turned to livestreams to attach with followers in lieu of dwell music’s standstill. Rolling Stone has additionally launched its “In My Room” IGTV collection, to this point featuring Brian Wilson and Angelique Kidjo.

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