Camila Cabello announces first solo single and album
17 May 2017 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Camila Cabello shocked fans when she decided to leave Fifth Harmony and now she announced her first solo single and album called “The Hurting, the Healing, the Loving.”
In an Instagram post explaining how she came up with the album and her new song, she said the songs will show her story of her journey from darkness into light. She noted that she was once lost but she found herself again.
The first single off of the album, which title has not been released yet, will be out this Friday. She also revealed that her second single from the album will be called “I Have Questions.” She said of “I Have Questions,” that she wrote it in a hotel bathroom while she was on tour with Fifth Harmony over a year ago. She added, "I was completely broken during that time. I was in the kind of pain that's uncomfortable to talk about, and it was the kind of chapter you never want to read out loud … I couldn't write another song for six months because writing meant I had to feel everything, and I wasn't ready to do that yet."
She added that when she started to make music again, she was making songs about everything except what she was going through. She pertained to it like a secret burning on her tongue and eventually she could not run from it anymore so she pulled up the lyrics she wrote for “I Have Questions.” Cabello noted that she then started writing sad songs about everything she wanted to say but she got sick of the sad songs so she got happier and happier.
Cabello continued, “I realized I wasn’t making music just to make an album anymore, I was making the music to heal. It wasn’t until I had made enough songs to listen back to and realized I could hear myself coming back through these songs.” She then got the title of the album on her journey of hurting, healing and loving then revealed that she thought hurting was her enemy before but it became the best listener.
She concluded her post by saying, “To the hurting, thank you for teaching me that even if at night you take me into the deepest depths of the ocean, I will still wake in the morning. To the healing, thank you for the tears, when they finally came, they tasted like God. To the loving, you are even more beautiful than I remember.”
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