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Camila by Camila Cabello

Song

Never Be the Same

Camila Cabello

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Song

Never Be the Same

Camila Cabello

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Label: Syco Music/Epic
Released mere weeks before the Cuban-American Miami Fifth Harmony alumnus’s 21st birthday, Cabello’s solo debut contains no other songs as upbeat or ooh-la-la as “Havana” – the Young Thug collaboration and Pharrell co-write that rode its bubblesalsa piano, border brass, and Santana “Smooth” groove up pop-chart peaks worldwide. But that hit’s sandwiched between hints of mariachi guitar in the nicely neurotic “She Loves Control” and light Caribbean sway in “Inside Out,” before “Consequences” portends a potential future in either r&b or c&w ballads. Or maybe she could wind up the new Nelly Furtado – with just enough melisma to counter all her squeaks and hiccups, and a come-on called “Into It” that rhymes with “infinite.”

About This Album

Released mere weeks before the Cuban-American Miami Fifth Harmony alumnus’s 21st birthday, Cabello’s solo debut contains no other songs as upbeat or ooh-la-la as “Havana” – the Young Thug collaboration and Pharrell co-write that rode its bubblesalsa piano, border brass, and Santana “Smooth” groove up pop-chart peaks worldwide. But that hit’s sandwiched between hints of mariachi guitar in the nicely neurotic “She Loves Control” and light Caribbean sway in “Inside Out,” before “Consequences” portends a potential future in either r&b or c&w ballads. Or maybe she could wind up the new Nelly Furtado – with just enough melisma to counter all her squeaks and hiccups, and a come-on called “Into It” that rhymes with “infinite.”

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About This Album

Released mere weeks before the Cuban-American Miami Fifth Harmony alumnus’s 21st birthday, Cabello’s solo debut contains no other songs as upbeat or ooh-la-la as “Havana” – the Young Thug collaboration and Pharrell co-write that rode its bubblesalsa piano, border brass, and Santana “Smooth” groove up pop-chart peaks worldwide. But that hit’s sandwiched between hints of mariachi guitar in the nicely neurotic “She Loves Control” and light Caribbean sway in “Inside Out,” before “Consequences” portends a potential future in either r&b or c&w ballads. Or maybe she could wind up the new Nelly Furtado – with just enough melisma to counter all her squeaks and hiccups, and a come-on called “Into It” that rhymes with “infinite.”