The brunette bombshell just announced via Instagram that her debut album-Camila- will release on January 12. While she was on stage at a show in Portland, OR, she told the crowd that the Frank Dukes-produced track is about "finding someone you really love and being forever changed by that person".
The singer revealed the cover and title on her social media channels. "I'm a sucker for the way that you move, babe / And I could try to run but it would be useless / You're to blame", she cries.
The pop star wants her fellow artists to know that she is a great songwriter as well as a singer, and says hitting the studio with the likes of Diplo and Shawn Mendes "taught her a lot". Think along the lines of Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself", but with a Camila twist.
Following it up was "Havana", the lead single for Cabello's debut solo album, later to be announced as "Camila".
At one point this year, Cabello's post-Fifth Harmony debut was entitled The Hurting.
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2017 has been a truly spectacular year for Camila. Cabello also recently received Billboard Women in Music's Breakthrough Artist Award.
But now, the brunette beauty has a more philosophical approach to her music.
So when the singer stopped by SiriusXM to talk about her highly anticipated new album, she said fans shouldn't expect to hear a ton of other artists singing on her songs with her, since she's already been there done that during her time in Fifth Harmony.
Camila also confirmed pre-orders for her debut solo set will start this Thursday, and two songs from the album Never Be The Same and Real Friends will be available as instant grat tracks.
Camila is due for release on Friday, Jan. 12.