She also posted a photo of what appeared to be handwritten lyrics: "I just wanna talk about nothin'/with somebody that means something/spell the names of all our dreams and demons/for the times that I don't understand".
The Havana star shared the exciting details today, revealing the album's title and cover.
Fans of the "Havana" singer will be able to have the self-titled album come January 12, 2018, and those that pre-order it come this Thursday will receive two new songs immediately. "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.
"Real Friends", an acoustic guitar-backed ballad, finds Camila lamenting all those she's tried to befriend, only to be burned in the process. Think along the lines of Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself", but with a Camila twist.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of "Real Friends" and "Never Be The Same?".
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The "Havana" hitmaker felt it was important to make sure her fellow artists know that she was a great songwriter as well as a singer and says hitting the studio with the likes of Diplo and Shawn Mendes "taught her a lot". Since its release, the track has surpassed 410 million Spotify streams, making Camila the fourth most streamed artist in the world.
Just like Louis Tomlinson, Camila Cabello is trying to prove herself. In addition to her glittering music career, Camila has also ventured into the world of fashion and beauty, landing partnerships with GUESS, L'Oreal, and Skechers.
Former Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello dropped two new songs on Thursday.
Camila Cabello has just dropped two fire-y new singles, and on 'Real Friends, ' she declares that all the girls of Fifth Harmony ever did was 'let her down.' Listen to the two tracks!
Camila isn't out until January 12, 2018 via Epic Records, but Camila might as well take all of my coins now!