Entertainment Camila Cabello: 'Artists need to start uniting among each other'

13:50  19 june  2017
13:50  19 june  2017 Source:   Cover Media

Camila Cabello: 'Fifth Harmony's new song is pretty cool'

  Camila Cabello: 'Fifth Harmony's new song is pretty cool' Pop star Camila Cabello has given her former Fifth Harmony bandmates' first single since her exit the thumbs up. The singer abruptly quit the girl group in December (16) to embark on a solo career, and earlier this month (Jun17), remaining members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, and Dinah Jane Hansen debuted their new song Down, the first Fifth Harmony track not to feature Cabello - and she approves. "I've heard some snippets of it," she told AMP Radio. "I haven't had a chance to hear the whole thing, but I thought it was pretty cool." Camila previously opened up about how her departure from the band had turned messy, amid allegations she had informed her fellow musicians of her decision to leave via her representative, and although the 20-year-old insisted that wasn't how it happened, the dispute is something she's still saddened by. "Obviously I wish it wouldn't have been like that because I just, you know, (want) peace," she explained. However, the Crying in the Club hitmaker has no regrets about walking away from the band. "I wish the best for them and I'm sure they're going to kill it and I'm super happy making my own music," she added. Camila is currently putting the finishing touches to her debut solo album, The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving., which is set for release in September (17). Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony are also working on new material, the follow-up to last year's (16) 7/27. Normani recently admitted their first album as a quartet "means more" to the girls than anything they have released in the past, because they've all grown as artists. "We were creatively involved this time around," she told Billboard. "We co-wrote more than half of our album. So it means more.

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Camila Cabello has urged those artists who talk about unifying the world to first work at getting on with each other.

In an interview with the BBC, the former Fifth Harmony singer opened up about her experiences with other artists in the music industry - some of which have been disappointing.

"Artists always talk about music bringing people together, but ironically I feel like a lot of the time artists are so competitive with each other in our own industry," the 20-year-old sighed. "We want to do that for the world but we don't do it between ourselves.

"I remember when I went to an awards show for the first time and I expected for everybody to be like, 'Hey how are you', but everybody was with their own team and unless you're already friends nobody really talks to each other," she explained.

Camila Cabello: 'Fifth Harmony's new song is pretty cool'

  Camila Cabello: 'Fifth Harmony's new song is pretty cool' Pop star Camila Cabello has given her former Fifth Harmony bandmates' first single since her exit the thumbs up. The singer abruptly quit the girl group in December (16) to embark on a solo career, and earlier this month (Jun17), remaining members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, and Dinah Jane Hansen debuted their new song Down, the first Fifth Harmony track not to feature Cabello - and she approves. "I've heard some snippets of it," she told AMP Radio. "I haven't had a chance to hear the whole thing, but I thought it was pretty cool." Camila previously opened up about how her departure from the band had turned messy, amid allegations she had informed her fellow musicians of her decision to leave via her representative, and although the 20-year-old insisted that wasn't how it happened, the dispute is something she's still saddened by. "Obviously I wish it wouldn't have been like that because I just, you know, (want) peace," she explained. However, the Crying in the Club hitmaker has no regrets about walking away from the band. "I wish the best for them and I'm sure they're going to kill it and I'm super happy making my own music," she added. Camila is currently putting the finishing touches to her debut solo album, The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving., which is set for release in September (17). Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony are also working on new material, the follow-up to last year's (16) 7/27. Normani recently admitted their first album as a quartet "means more" to the girls than anything they have released in the past, because they've all grown as artists. "We were creatively involved this time around," she told Billboard. "We co-wrote more than half of our album. So it means more.

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"If we're trying to unify the world, why can't we just start with the room we're in?"

The Cuban-American singer's comments came as she gears up for the release of her album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving. The offering is her first as a solo artist after exiting the girl group, who found fame after winning The X Factor USA in 2012, and follows her debut solo single Crying in the Club hitting shelves in May (17).

Camila's new music references the four years she spent with bandmates Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui, and the challenges of growing up in the spotlight - with the songwriting process being somewhat cathartic for the star.

"I felt like this whole process really opened me up again and helped me let go of all the pain I was feeling," she shared. "(The songwriting) has definitely been therapeutic. I'd gotten disconnected from myself for a little bit because I was overwhelmed and I didn't know how to talk about my emotions anymore, I was numb."

Fifth Harmony won't change their name after Camila Cabello's departure .
Fifth Harmony will keep their original band name, despite becoming a four-piece when Camila Cabello left in December (16). Camila left to pursue a solo career and although their band name no longer reflects the number of members, remaining bandmates Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke Hernandez, and Normani Kordei are determined to keep their moniker the way it is. When asked by MTV News if they ever thought about changing it, both Ally and Normani responded by saying, "Absolutely not", before Lauren explained that they never gave a potential name change any real consideration. "It was obviously a thought, just because it was obviously a prevalent thing that there’s four of us, not five," she said. "Regardless, we were all very united in the fact that we didn’t want to change the name. It wasn't our thought that was circulating, it was other people's thoughts. The Internet, other people thinking that they know what's up. "We felt like, within ourselves, like no, Fifth Harmony is the name we grew with and we worked for and it’s our brand. It’s who we are. It’s our whole entire moment. It’s what we spent five years on." The band were put together on the US version of talent show The X Factor in 2012. They went through a couple of name changes, including The Lylas and 1432, in the first stages of the show until Simon Cowell decided to let the public rename them, and after that they were known as Fifth Harmony. Referring to the public vote, Dinah added, "The fans named us Fifth Harmony, and now they're the fifth member." Camila launched her solo career with debut single Crying in the Club in May and the Work From Home singers launched their first single as a foursome, titled Down, in June.

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