Miami, 7 apr (EFE).- The members of the band CNCO know better than many that dreams do come true, and without hesitation told Efe who would be the celebrity with which they would have liked to pass the quarantine of the coronavirus, creating a list of spectacular famous headed by Natti Natasha.
The artist caribbean was the first that came to mind, because they had almost 10 minutes talking about it. Joel Pimentel, Richard Camacho, Erick Brian Colón, Christopher Velez and Zabdiel Of Jesus were gathered together through the platform Zoom to speak of ‘Honey Boo’, the theme that presented last Friday coupled to the dominican.
After thinking about it a little more, Richard added to Ariana Grande and Rihanna, while Joel chose to Kendall Jenner.
With the exception of Zabdiel, who is alone, the members of CNCO are living in quarantine with their families. In the case of Richard, this includes your three years old daughter.
The only one that is not in Miami is Joel, who is in California. Even so, the only ones that have been seen in person in the last three weeks are Zabdiel, and Christopher, who live in the same building and are visited constantly, even though they are in different departments.
‘This is the stage that we’ve been more time apart since we started’, said Erick.
The band CNCO is formed in 2015, when the five young men won the first season of the reality show ‘The Band’ of the Univision network.
‘We miss him’, they recognized, laughing.
However, they have not ceased to communicate or work with, because in addition to attending to their social networks and stay in touch with your team, the guys from CNCO had to decide whether to fling ‘Honey Boo’ in full quarantine.
‘We decided that the music is light and that the song with your video funny will help many to clear out the darkness of this time, although a while’, says Erick.
‘Honey Boo’ is a song that the band had between the hands for a long time, but that did not end up to curdle until it gave the opportunity to realize the collaboration with Natti Natasha.
‘Gave a special touch with her voice’, said Richard, because ‘he gave a great strength to the topic’.
‘We had coincided with Natti in prizes and carpets’, said Zabdiel, who recounted that during the recording of the video spent ‘much time with her, we talk a lot’.
‘We learned a lot with her and we had a number’, he added.
The video of ‘Honey Boo’ was recorded in Miami shortly before it began the recommendations of social isolation, as part of efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus, a pandiema that it stops 1.28 million infected in the world and more than 67,000 people dead. EFE
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