Camila Cabello Keeping Solo Album Light on Features After She 'Collaborated for 5 Years' With Fifth Harmony

Camila Cabello
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Camila Cabello performs live during a celebrity session on SiriusXM Hits 1 at SiriusXM Studios on Dec. 6, 2017 in New York City. 

But she would love to team up with Kendrick Lamar & The 1975, she tells SiriusXM's "Morning Mashup."

Just one day after revealing the release date of her self-titled debut album, Camila Cabello stopped by the SiriusXM studios Wednesday (Dec. 6) to discuss the new chapter in her life with the hosts of Morning Mashup.

“It’s a Christmas miracle!” the singer immediately joked of the Jan. 12 release of Camila.

While she kept her lips sealed about who exactly some of the collaborators might be, she noted that there aren’t that many, since she “collaborated for five years” as a member of Fifth Harmony.

She did, however, mention what some of her dream mashups would be. “I would love to do something with Kendrick Lamar,” she said, adding: “The 1975. I don’t know if you guys know them. Yeah, they’re awesome."

As for the pressures of this major step in her solo career, Cabello said the trick is to waive others’ opinions.

“I remember feeling super nervous, but there was a time where I was like, 'It doesn’t matter that much. It’s music! It’s not that deep,'” she said.


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