The shock of Camila Cabello leaving Fifth Harmony has officially wore off, and now we're looking at news of a solo album to release this fall.
Camila told FAULT Magazine that the scariest part of leaving Fifth Harmony was "leaving a successful project to pursue a new dream with a path full of questions of self-discovery that only you can answer." She shared that she loved the opportunity to be part of the group, but "expressing myself as an artist became a necessity."
Along with a tour worldwide for the rest of the year, she notes that people will get a "chunk of my heart, my experiences, my fantasies, and everything in between" when it comes to her new solo work.
Discussing FAULTs with @camilacabello97 in our latest issue. Read/see more here - https://t.co/i1EWpdJeme #ItsCamilasFAULT
Considering the fact that she's now worked with Pitbull and Machine Gun Kelly, that whole "..... brb making an album." in her Twitter bio is very, very real.
Amy Cooper is the type of journalist that when asked "What do you bring to the table," she replies "I am the table.