Camila Cabello - Camila album
Camila is the eponymous debut studio album by Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello.
Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello has released one studio album and sixteen singles, including five singles as a featured artist. Cabello began to establish herself as a solo artist with the release of several collaborations, including "Bad Things" with Machine Gun Kelly, which entered at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. After leaving Fifth Harmony in December 2016, she released the solo single "Crying in the Club" to a modest performance
Camila’s self-titled solo debut album was released on January 12th, 2018, previously titled The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving. I decided to call it by my name, because this is where this chapter in my life ended. it started with somebody else’s story, it ended with me finding my way back to myself. In an interview with Zach Sang, Camila revealed that the album wasn’t written about one person or relationship in particular: They’re different people. It’s not really one person throughout the album. And some of this stuff are about relationships or people that happened way before and I just got the chance to reflect on it.
Former Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello strikes out on her own on her highly-anticipated debut album, ‘Camila. The results are positive more often than not. In 2017, Camila Cabello focused on building her solo career, distancing herself from her former group, Fifth Harmony. By the end of the year, the pop singer found her surefire hit with Havana. Fittingly, it reappears on her highly-anticipated debut album, Camila. The arrival of Camila certainly warms up the cold winter weather of January.
Camila Cabello ’s sultry, salsa-inflected Havana is a keystone for a superstar origin story: Striking out on her own after a bitter split with her bandmates in Fifth Harmony, Cabello realized her creative ambitions with a smash that celebrated her Cuban heritage and helped define a year in which Latin music was ascendant. Camila shines when it’s light and breezy, giving Cabello the space she needs to cook. All These Years and Real Friends are gentle and largely acoustic with a hint of Jai Paul’s liquid zip, and Cabello sings with real delicacy about lost love and loneliness. The fluttering vocal runs she unspools midway through All These Years are stunning. She Loves Control is an apt mission statement for a star who soured on girl group life because she couldn’t explore individuality, and it shows Cabello can navigate a reggaeton rhythm with the same ease that characterized Havana.
Camila Cabello brought her new solo single "Crying in the Club" to the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night. The singer just released the track earlier this week as the first taste of an upcoming solo debut.
Entitled simply Camila, the album itself went on a journey from announcement to release day. The title’s transformation from The Hurting. The Loving to just Camila indicates that some serious maturation happened in the creative process; also, the track list consists of just three previously released songs. And while it’ll be hard for Cabello to top herself after the runaway success of Havana, there’s plenty of tracks on Camila that are as appealing in their own right. The lyrically sensual Into It brings the same kind of sexiness as her hit single, and the piano and steel drum-tinged Inside Out serves up a bouncy melody that makes busting a move a foregone conclusion. However radio-friendly the nine other Camila tracks may be, something that should certainly be recognized is Cabello’s relentless vulnerability as she sings about the woes of both romantic and friendly relationships.
At only 20 years of age, so much has already happened in the life of the talented Singer-Songwriter Camila Cabello. Well, a debut album can be a mixed bag of unknowns. Fortunately for Cabello, her bag of tricks are not dull whatsoever; the sound she offers is fresh and stylish. Utilizing Pop, R&B, and a touch of Latin flair, she strikes a balance all her own. Opening with the single Never Be the Same, she sets the stage for the rest of the material with a smooth, relaxed Pop cut. Picking up the tempo a bit with All These Years, it is a enjoyable ballad with some wonderful overdubbing of her voice for a three-dimensional effect.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Never Be The Same
Co-producer – JARAMI
|2||All These Years||2:44|
|3||She Loves Control
Co-producer – Frank DukesProducer – Skrillex
Featuring – Young Thug
Producer – T-Minus
|8||Something’s Gotta Give
Co-producer – Frank DukesProducer – The Futuristics
|9||In The Dark
Co-producer – SickDrumz
|11||Never Be The Same (Radio Edit)||3:47|
Featuring – Daddy Yankee
- Exclusive Retailer – Target
- Producer – Frank Dukes (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10)
NotesTarget Exclusive includes one additional track, plus exclusive poster.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 190758189123
|88985472222||Camila Cabello||Camila (CD, Album)||Epic, Syco Music||88985472222||US||2018|
|88985472222||Camila Cabello||Camila (CD, Album)||Sony Music||88985472222||Taiwan||2018|
|88985472221||Camila Cabello||Camila (LP, Red)||Epic, Syco Entertainment||88985472221||US||2018|
|88985472222||Camila Cabello||Camila (CD, Album)||Syco Entertainment, Epic, Sony Music||88985472222||Europe||2018|
|19075822041||Camila Cabello||Camila (LP, Ltd, Num, Gol)||Epic, Syco Entertainment||19075822041||US||2018|