Camila Cabello Makes Florals Look Fierce On Her Solo Album's New Cover

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Former Fifth Harmony member, Camila Cabello has announced some great news to fans. her solo debut album release date and title. While she was on stage at a show in Portland, OR, she told the crowd that the Frank Dukes-produced track is about "finding someone you really love and being forever changed by that person".

In a post to her Instagram, the #1 Havana hit-maker revealed she would be releasing her album early next year and calling it Camila.

The two tracks, 'Never Be The Same', which is being promoted as Camila's next single by Epic Records, and 'Real Friends', are available to download and stream now. "I'm a sucker for the way that you move, babe / And I could try to run but it would be useless / You're to blame", she cries.

So there we have it. Camila is ready for everyone to hear just her and she's in full-on solo artist mode, not really thinking about creating any more collaborations. One is called "Never Be the Same", while the second is titled "Real Friends". They also sang a few lines from the 20-year-old's hit song "Havana", as the group left the terminal.

The Fifth Harmony girls are people just like the rest of us, and they absolutely do not have to stop to take pictures with fans ever, let alone at an airport.

Even more recently, Cabello listeners have been clamoring for album information as the starlet teased at the Billboard Women in Music event last week that the album pre-order would be up "super soon". "It's music! It's not that deep, '" she said.

The 11-track Camila drops January 12.

What do you think of Camila Cabello's new songs?

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