Life is indeed sweet for Camila Cabello.
The ‘Havana’ hitmaker, who is undoubtedly still celebrating the success of her eponymous, Gold-certified debut album, is still hot on the promo trail in its support. Most recently spotted gracing the cover of ‘NME’ magazine, Cabello dished on a number of topics including why she changed her album’s name (from ‘The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.’), solo success, leaving ‘Crying in the Club’ off her debut album’s final track list, and even addresses if she’ll ever cover Fifth Harmony hits when she embarks on a solo tour.
Read her thoughts on this and more below:
Camila on Performing Fifth Harmony hits on her solo tour:
“No… no, definitely not. I honestly have never even thought about that. I don’t know, I feel like this is such a new… chapter of me.”
Camila on being a role model:
“I think it has a lot to do with the fact I have a sister who’s 10. Even if I swear in real life, I don’t like swearing in songs. Because she listens to my songs with all her friends and I don’t want them to not be able to sing along.
Growing up, I looked up to all the Disney girls like Selena, Demi, Miley, Taylor … I feel like the people you look up to as a kid definitely influence you in some way. And because of that I wanna be a good influence on younger kids.”
Camila on changing her album’s title:
“The album was about getting over this situation, but I’m never going to get over this situation if I’m constantly being asked about it. And also, I’m a super private person so I couldn’t even give an interesting answer to who it was about. I just kept being super vague, and that’s not fun for anybody.