Today, the new album by Camila Cabello “Romance” is released .

camilla cabello

Today “Romance” is released, the second album by the Cuban singer, naturalized in the United States, Camila Cabello. Published on the record labels Epic Records and Syco Music, this is a much anticipated album by the 22 year old fans of Cojimar, even if some tracks of the same work have already been anticipated in the last months. In fact, there are already five classified singles, taken from the album, read “Liar”, “Cry for me”, “Shameless”, “Easy”, with the addition of “Living Proof”, on the radio these days, and of course “Senorita”, one of the great summer hits, excerpt from the same Cabello with her boyfriend Shawn Mendes.

Camila was born musically in 2012, when she participated in the American edition of X Factor together with the Fifth Harmony group. Later he decided to pursue a solo career, then publishing his first album in 2018, simply entitled “Camila”.



1. “Shameless” 3:39
2. “Living Proof” 3:14
3. “Should’ve Said It”3:20
4. “SeΓ±orita” (with Shawn Mendes) 3:10
5. “Liar” 3:27
6. “Bad Kind of Butterflies” 2:49
7. “Easy” 3:14
8. “Feel It Twice” s3:08
9. “Dream of You” 3:42
10. “Cry for Me” 3:09
11. “This Love” 3:40
12. “Used to This” 3:30
13. “First Man” 3:48
Total length: 43:5

Thanksgiving Day


The day of thanksgiving began, as every year, with the parade in Manhattan with balloons of various parsonages, including snoopy in an astronaut version.

High winds have been blowing through New York City, and the balloons generally aren’t supposed to be flown when sustained winds exceed 23 mph and gusts exceed 34 mph, according to city regulations.
Sustained wind speed in New York is expected to be around 20 mph, and gusts could reach around 40 mph, according to the National Weather Service.

But this year the bad weather seems to ruin Thanksgiving weekend.

In fact, the deep oceanic depression arriving on the western United States will move right from next Thursday on the central US areas, shifting to the north-eastern areas by Monday, ruining the long weekend practically on almost all the US territory.

Day off for Wall Street, which today will be closed for the national Thanksgiving holiday. Trading will resume tomorrow with a reduced timetable. The New York Stock Exchange, Friday, November 29, 2019, will end the session at 1 pm local time (6 pm in England) instead of at the usual time of 4 pm (9 pm in England).


Friday Feeling

Friday Feeling (Peanuts)


How beautiful is friday? The day think about the weekend, the leisure, the rest! Definitely one of the best days of the week

Paradoxically, in some countries, such as Italy and other European countries, Friday can bring bad luck. Probably this belief was born because the Jesus died on Friday. Precisely, in Italy it is said that it is unfortunate to leave for a trip on Friday.

I remember when I was a boy and I went to school even on Saturday I felt Friday almost like a normal day. With work, on the other hand, most people feel Friday as a horizon to look at, a wait …

Trump warns (and threatens) Google for the 2020 presidential election


The big names of technology are now very important elements in political life and in the electoral campaign, as they can be decisive for the electorate in order to form their own idea and decide for whom to vote. Donald Trump, yesterday, sent a clear signal to Google.



Let’s start with the direct quotation, which we also need to explain that “warns / threat” in the title that might seem risky. Everyone can read us what they want in those six words taken from a Donald Trump tweet yesterday, depending on whether you choose the good faith or the suspect.

Donald Trump, lately, is sending more or less clear messages to the big names of Silicon Valley, fearing conditions for the electorate against him. Yesterday morning he again pointed the finger at Google in the name of a hypothetical anti-conservative prejudice, hypothesizing also the existence of a conspiracy in the society to “illegally subvert the Presidential 2020” (hypothesis dryly denied by Google).