Camila has been making waves as a solo artist, scoring a huge success with her latest single "Havana," winning awards herself and gearing up for the upcoming release of her album Camila on January 12, 2018. I would love to do something with Kendrick Lamar.
Along with the album title, cover art and background story on why she's made some changes to the album, Cabello also revealed that the pre-order for the January 12 album is this Thursday and that fans who buy it during the pre-sale phase will get a couple surprises.
The tracks, "Real Friends" and "Never Be the Same", are available as instant grat tracks when you pre-order the album now. Camila showcases her breathy vocals as she sings that someone's love is "just like nicotine, heroin, morphine, suddenly I'm a fiend and you're all I need".
Along the way, that helped Camila gain the confidence in her music.
More recently, Havana, the lead single from the singer's debut solo LP, released in September and reached top spots on album charts around the world. One is called "Never Be the Same", while the second is titled "Real Friends".
The Fifth Harmony girls are people just like the rest of us, and they absolutely do not have to stop to take pictures with fans ever, let alone at an airport. Just last week, she was named as Billboard's 2017 Breakthrough Artist at their annual Women in Music awards.
We couldn't be more excited for Camila Cabello's debut album - if these new tracks are anything to go by, then we're in for an incredible treat. So does Camila diss Lauren Jauregui, 21, Ally Brooke, 24, Dinah Jane, 20, and Normani Kordei, 21, with this new song?