After leaving Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello is pursuing a lot of new projects. She became the featured cover story on Billboard and recently, Latina and Fault. The singer also revealed that she didn't care if her career flops after leaving her former group. She said that it was more important for her to be able to do the music she loved.
Since her departure from the group last year, Camila Cabello has done a lot of creative projects. She was featured on several magazines and performed in several awarding events with her new songs. Recently, she was featured on the cover of both Latina and Fault.
Speaking to Latina magazine, Camila Cabello said that she didn't know if her career will stay successful. She said that she won't be able to predict if her career will crash and burn in the future, but that it it's not what was important to her. "I don't care because it's just about me doing music that I'm passionate about," the 20-year-old said.
It's no secret that Camila Cabello and her former Fifth Harmony teammates are still not on speaking terms. Cabello left her group last December, claiming that her teammates knew about her plans to go solo. The other girls, meanwhile, said that they were surprised about Cabello's plans.
Recently, Camila Cabello also posed for another magazine and shared her experience after leaving the girl group. "I think the scariest part about it is leaving a successful project to pursue a new dream," she said during an interview with Fault. She also talked about the pressure female artists face when it comes to dressing and acting a certain way.
Cabello previously said that one of the reasons she left her group was because the girls were told to act and dress more maturely. She was still a teenager at that time and she felt pressured to dress provocatively. She continued to say that she wanted to pursue her own kind of music. Camila Cabello also revealed that she will be releasing new songs this summer and an album this fall.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.