Have you heard Camila Cabello's new album yet?
Part of the reason why the former Fifth Harmony girl's first solo album is doing so well is that she vowed to be as honest as possible in her songs, and she definitely delivered.
The pop singer's full-length debut album dropped at midnight and the ten track album also includes her latest single Never Be the Same, which she performed on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.
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It's safe to say that, even after a year of drama, Cabello is now thriving: Her self-titled debut solo album was released on January 12 and, within hours of its release, went to number one on iTunes in 100 countries, breaking the previous record for a debut album. In a new interview with The New York Times, in time for the release of her debut album, Camila, the singer finally addressed the performance. Eventually, she was given an ultimatum: she can not make a solo album while, at the same, time performing with the group. "I just felt very alive". She said the solo venture caused tension in the group.
The Work from Home hitmakers opened their set onstage in August (17) with an anonymous fifth person standing beside them on an elevated platform, wearing matching silver padded jackets, but as the beat to their song Angel kicked in, the extra appeared to fall backwards, as Dinah Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, and Lauren Jauregui launched into the track.
Obviously, she made her choice, and that was to go solo - a decision she stands by. "If anyone wants to explore their individuality, it's not right for people to tell you no", Camila explained.