Camila Cabello Covers Rolling Stone / Reflects On Fifth Harmony Break-Up & ‘Havana’ Almost Not Happening

Published: Wednesday 30th May 2018 by Sam

Camila Cabello crowns a year of solo success with a coveted Rolling Stone cover.

The 21-year-old shooting star appears a front of the magazine’s latest issue; and while  she makes for an arresting sight, her feature within the publication’s inner-pages is equally as compelling.

While celebrating racking up a billion streams of her music, she also recounts more challenging times – including her acrimonious split from Fifth Harmony and the pre-release drama surrounding break-out hit ‘Havana.’

Excerpts below…

On 5H Drama:

“It was as painful as a breakup, a five-year breakup.

There were so many songs that didn’t make my album that were just me getting it out” she says, echoing advice that Swift has given her to “just write it out.” Somewhere along the way she changed the title from the laborious The Hurting, the Healing, the Loving to simply Camila. That was, after all, who and what it was about. It was a good new beginning.

On ‘Havana’ Almost Not Happening:

“Nobody wanted to make it a single. They said that radio would never play it, that it was too slow, too chill.” Cabello pushed back, and “Havana” went on to top the charts in 23 countries. “It just taught me a huge lesson: Screw whatever’s ‘going to work’ – you just have to go with the thing that you feel is the most you.”


Camila’s solo ascend has definitely been interesting to watch.

Say what folk will, but there’s no denying that her team are making all the right moves so far.

The true test, though, will come with time, with the primary question being whether she can maintain and grow this momentum into something enduring – specifically on the album, and touring fronts.

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  1. SMH May 30, 2018

    This girl is just meh to me. Nothing interesting or compelling about her.

    • Meme May 30, 2018

      Ok so stop checking for her. Yet you come and comment on all her ish lol. Clearly someone likes her.

      Keep killing it baby girl and making them mad. Cuz they big mad.

  2. DanYiel Iman May 30, 2018

    She’s another Ri-Whine-A a fraud with off key tones!!

  3. Detruth May 30, 2018

    I thought the ppl writing this blog was black. Why keep posting about a racist? Has she genuinely apologized for her racial slurs?

    • evi June 7, 2018

      she wrote on her stan twitter account the n-word(without the hard r) when she was 14-15.She used it with no intention to offend;indeed in that tweet she was actually supporting Obama. She later publicly apologized, acknowledging that using that word is wrong even if you have no intention to offend. She has never used that word since,and she she has been a vocal supporter of BLM (she is generally supportive of many social movements that seek to bring justice) and Kaepernick. How is she racist?

  4. Moe May 30, 2018

    I just dont get it how she made it . I never listen to her or see her mediocre beauty . So lucky

    • Julian May 30, 2018

      It’s 99% label politics and 1% braindead stans stupid enough to buy into them. Luck has nothing to do with it.

    • evi June 7, 2018

      she is not lucky, she is hardworking and talented. You say you never listen to her, so anyone you don’t listen to but makes it is lucky but anyone you listen to and makes it,it’s because they are good? Give us a break. as to her beauty, this is subjective but in any event she is a singer, not a model. If you watch any of her live performances you’ll see how attractive she becomes on stage.

  5. Antincia foster May 31, 2018


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