For many artists, the “sophomore” album cycle can be make or break. But that hasn’t stopped Camila Cabello from driving in a unique direction with forthcoming LP ‘Romance.’
Recent months have seen the singer release a slew of songs – at times on a weekly basis – and with videos too.
It’s left many wondering what exactly “the” plan is for the follow-up to her self-titled 2018 solo debut, which featured breakthrough smash ‘Havana.’
Well, during an interview at We Can Survive concert, the 22-year-old opened up about what exactly is at play.
Speaking to 97.1 AMP Radio, Cabello said:
“I think nowadays it’s better to put out songs individually, because I like all the attention going to one song at a time. I feel songs can get lost.”
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Thus far, ‘Mila has released ‘Shameless,’ ‘Liar,’ ‘Cry For Me,’ and ‘Easy.’ All of which quickly followed chart-topping Shawn Mendes collaboration. ‘Senorita.’
As for her approach, it does seem very embracing of the streaming era we’re in and definitely gifts supporters exciting moments for more than just the usual 2-4 songs (which, even then, are paced out over several months). There’s also the reality that she’s giving herself multiple chances at snagging another hit.
That said, one has to wonder whether pouring out so much material has the opposite effect and fatigues fans come time to actually drop an album. Which, in this case, still looks like it’s coming.
Enough from us, though. What are…