Camila Cabello announces self-titled debut album will be released in January


The wait for Camila Cabello's debut solo album Camila is almost over.

She continued: "I chose to call it by my name, because this is where this chapter in my life ended".

Along with the album title, cover art and background story on why she's made some changes to the album, Cabello also revealed that the pre-order for the January 12 album is this Thursday and that fans who buy it during the pre-sale phase will get a couple surprises.

Camilizers will be able to pre-order the album on December 7 and instantly download two new songs: Never Be The Same and Real Friends. "Now I'm trying to steady my heartbeat!"

A group of Harmonizers went to the airport last night in hopes of meeting Fifth Harmony when they landed, but the girls unfortunately could not stop to talk or take pictures. Tell us if you love Camila's new songs!

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Following it up was "Havana", the lead single for Cabello's debut solo album, later to be announced as "Camila".

Listen to "Never Be The Same" and "Real Friends" below.

At one point this year, Cabello's post-Fifth Harmony debut was entitled The Hurting.

Ahead of the presumed No. 1 album's release, Cabello will bring a selection of tracks to Madison Square Garden in New York, Philips Arena in Atlanta, Amalie Arena in Tampa, and more.

Camila also confirmed pre-orders for her debut solo set will start this Thursday, and two songs from the album Never Be The Same and Real Friends will be available as instant grat tracks. So does Camila diss Lauren Jauregui, 21, Ally Brooke, 24, Dinah Jane, 20, and Normani Kordei, 21, with this new song?