Camila Cabello, 20, had fans going wild the moment she announced her songs "Never Be The Same" and "Real Friends" from her debut album Camila would be arriving on December 7, and of course everyone was wondering whether the latter track is about those who stuck by her after she departed Fifth Harmony...meaning, not the remaining members.
More recently, Havana, the lead single from the singer's debut solo LP, released in September and reached top spots on album charts around the world.
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. Nevertheless, Fifth Harmony came back stronger than ever this year with their brand new eponymous album, which proved to be a great success.
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.
As for the pressures of this major step in her solo career, Cabello said the trick is to waive others' opinions. One is called "Never Be the Same", while the second is titled "Real Friends". Cabello also recently received Billboard Women in Music's Breakthrough Artist Award.
Former Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello dropped two new songs on Thursday.