Camila has been making waves as a solo artist, scoring a huge success with her latest single "Havana," winning awards herself and gearing up for the upcoming release of her album Camila on January 12, 2018.
She continued: "I chose to call it by my name, because this is where this chapter in my life ended".
Describing the album as "the soundtrack to the past year of my life", she revealed that her self-titled offering will be released on January 12. "Now I'm trying to steady my heartbeat", she wrote in the caption.
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While she kept her lips sealed about who exactly some of the collaborators might be, she noted that there aren't that many, since she "collaborated for five years" as a member of Fifth Harmony.
At one point this year, Cabello's post-Fifth Harmony debut was entitled The Hurting.
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The pop star wants her fellow artists to know that she is a great songwriter as well as a singer, and says hitting the studio with the likes of Diplo and Shawn Mendes "taught her a lot". Cabello also recently received Billboard Women in Music's Breakthrough Artist Award. "It's music! It's not that deep, '" she said.
We couldn't be more excited for Camila Cabello's debut album - if these new tracks are anything to go by, then we're in for an incredible treat.
Cabello's debut album "Camila" is available to pre-order on Thursday. Stream both of the new songs in full, below.
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