Camila Cabello announces release date for debut solo album, "Camila"

Lawrence Kim
December 7, 2017

The album will follow just over a year after the Cuban-American singer-songwriter announced her departure from the girl group.

The "Havana" hitmaker originally titled her first solo record since leaving Fifth Harmony as "The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving", but on Tuesday (05.12.17) she took to Instagram to confirm her final title, "Camila", and reveal how making the LP helped her find her "way back" to herself.

"I'm not ready to talk about why yet".

"I don't know if you guys know them. It's complicated, but it's going to be great".

The 20-year-old musician, who made herself known as a singer in Fifth Harmony, has proven herself as a solo artist, with hit after hit and collab after collab, so fans have been itching to get their hands on her debut album, but there were some minor setbacks.

Camila teased the release of both songs just a day before they dropped, sharing that the drawings on the cover art for "Real Friends" were done by her little sister Sofia, 9. "Just like nicotine, heroin, morphine", Camila croons, "Suddenly, I'm a fiend and you're all I need". That's right - the wait is FINALLY over, and we will be fully immersed in the light at the end of the tunnel come January 12th.

Fans of the "Havana" singer will be able to have the self-titled album come January 12, 2018, and those that pre-order it come this Thursday will receive two new songs immediately. Will you be pre-ordering the album on Thursday?

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