Cop a gander of Camila Cabello!
The former Fifth Harmony star is charging on full speed with her solo career – the latest stop of which sees her cover Latina magazine.
Cabello, who is of Cuban heritage, stuns in her photo spread and makes a number of notable remarks in her accompanying interview.
Indeed, the 20-year-old ‘Bad Things’ belter opens up about her reasons for leaving 5H, her solo proposition, and more.
Peep pics and quotes below…
Former Fifth Harmony nucleus Camila Cabello is firing from all cylinders with her solo career.
Building on the success of ‘Bad Things’ – her collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly – the 20-year-old has spent the two months since her split from the band setting the scene for a hopeful takeover as a force in her own right.
Part of said plan sees her team with Pitbull and J. Balvin for new song ‘Hey Ma.’
The track will reportedly be issued as the lead release from the ‘Fast & Furious 8’ soundtrack.
And guess what?
Behind the scenes footage of the Miami video shoot features part of the song – and it sounds like a slay.
Hear for yourself below…
Camila Cabello‘s solo journey saw her find her way to ‘Seventeen’ magazine’s HQ recently.
There, now far removed from her Fifth Harmony siblings, the Pop princess rocked its cover with snaps and quotes designed to showcase the amiable personality the group’s drama seemed to conceal before her departure.
Check ’em out below…
Camila Cabello is attempting to put the drama of her Fifth Harmony departure behind her by pressing on with promotion of ‘Bad Things’ – her hit collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly.
Headlined by the latter, the track has climbed to #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and remains in hyper rotation on radio.
Aiming to lift the release even higher, the duo took to the stage together on the ‘Ellen’ show to perform.
How did they do? Watch below and let us know…
Pop’s most promising “newbie” Camila Cabello has teased her rising fanbase with material pulled from her new album!
Lyrics from her hotly-anticipated solo set below…
Fifth Harmony have been a fixture in the headlines and on social media today following the shock departure of member Camila Cabello.
And, if folk felt there split would be handled in a PC manner, they’re greatly mistaken.
The first shot was thrown in the group’s announcement, which stressed that they were informed of Cabello’s decision by way of her “representatives.” Ouch.
Camila clapped back claiming that that was not true and that her ex bandmates were well aware of her reasons (which she has yet to divulge publicly).
Now, fresh tea is being poured painting an altogether different picture.
See what we mean below…