Camila Cabello's Statement Confirming Her Debut Album Reveals How Miserable She Was in Fifth Harmony
When Camila Cabello abruptly quit Fifth Harmony last December to pursue a solo career, it was dramatic, to say the least. If you recall (and you really should, because it was juicy) the group released a statement at the stroke of midnight which implied Camila ditched them without so much as a"girl, bye,"a claim Camila later contradicted in her own statement, which the group contradicted again in yet another statement. And it was clear, even amid that back-and-forth, that a lot was left unsaid.
Well, the time has finally come for the 20-year-old singer to spread her wings and fly and also allude to more of the tough times she feels she went through as the odd Harmonizer out. On Sunday, Camila took to Twitter to announce that her first solo single, "I Have Questions," set to debut this Friday, as the lead track from her forthcoming album,The Hurting the Healing the Loving.
The announcement came in the form of a super-emotional statement, in which Camila revealed just how unhappy she was while touring with the band.
You can read the statement below:"the hurting the healing the loving" is the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when i was lost to a time when i found myself again. The story behind the album starts with the second song that you'll hear called "I have questions," which I started writing in a hotel bathroom on tour a little over a year ago. 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 6 months because writing meant i had to feel everything, and i wasn't ready to do that just yet, so when i graduated from hotel bathrooms to studios to make my first album, i was making music about everything BUT what i was going through, it was like a secret burning on my tongue and for some reason i could not get myself to say it. till one day i could just not run anymore. i pulled up the lyrics from the year before, and "I have questions" was written. After that i wrote a sad song everyday, everything i wanted to say, every lyric on my phone, i said everything until i got tired of writing about it. Until i was sick of the sad songs!!!!! as i got happier and happier, i realized the song were getting happier and happier. and i realized i wasn't making music just to make an album anymore, i was making this 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. i didn't write it with the intention of delivering a message, but i realized the message was in the hurting, the healing, the loving. i might have thought the hurting was my enemy before, but she became the best listener... i might have thought i was too impatient for the healing, and it did feel like sometimes she was taking forever, but i realized it made me appreciate her so much more when she arrived. and the loving, i wouldn't have known how beautiful she was if i couldn't miss her all that time.
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.
The countdown is on for some shady subtweets to show up in hler former bandmates' feeds, then.
Video: Camila Cabello FREAKS OUT & Reacts To Album Going Platinum
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