The 23-year-old Mexican and Cuban American singer has released a remix of her “My Oh My” single.
The new version featuring Gunna was released at midnight on Friday, May 1.
After 20 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, Cabello’s single remains a contender going into the summer, floating steadily at No. 12.
A standout on the singer’s sophomore albumRomance, “My Oh My” featuring DaBabyis about a good girl’s infatuation with bad boys. Directed by Dave Meyers, Cabello released the glossy video last February.
Camila Cabello is bringing a little Romance to Los Angeles…
The 22-year-old Cuban & Mexican singer will celebrate the release of her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Romance, by hosting a pop-up shop in Los Angeles on December 6 and 7.
The Versailles-themed store, at 427 N. Fairfax Avenue, will allow Camilizers to delve into a multi-sensory world of romance, where they’ll listen to the brand new album, learn the meaning behind the songs and have access to exclusive merch.
Cabello will also be at the event herself, engaging in a livestreamed Q&A moderated by Billboard Newspersonality Chelsea Briggs. Fans can begin tweeting their questions now by using the hashtag #VerizonUp, and a few will be selected for the conversation. Cabello’s partnership with Verizonkicked off earlier this fall with a private concert for members of Verizon’s rewards program Verizon Up.
Later that night on December 6, Cabello will take the stage at KISS FM‘s Jingle Ball, where there will be an interactive installation inspired by her new album for Jingle Ball ticketholders.
Cabello’s album will be released on Friday, December 6.
Camila Cabello is spreading a little more romance across the pond…
The 22-year-old Mexican & Cuban singer has revealed a series of new European dates next June as part of her world tour in support of her upcoming album, Romance, due out on December 6.
Cabello’s biggest dates so far in England will kick off on June 1 at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham and include dates in Manchester, Leeds, Dublin, Glasgow and London.
Cabello previously announced the kick-off of her Romance global outing, which includes a show at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, on December 3, as well as a gig at The Forum in Los Angeles on December 6, the B96 Jingle Bash in Rosemont, Illinois, on December 7, a stop at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on December 9 and a December 13 show at Madison Square Garden in New York.
So far, the full Romance tour is slated to kick off on May 26 in Oslo, Norway and launch in North America on July 29 in Vancouver.
Cabello has previewed the album with the recently released song “Living Proof,” the chart-topping Shawn Mendes collaboration “Señorita,” as well as the singles “Shameless,” “Easy,” “Cry For Me” and “Liar.”
Here’s a look at Cabello’s UK and European dates below.
May 26 – Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum May 28 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena May 30 – Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes Benz Arena June 1 – Birmingham, UK @ Resorts World Arena June 2 – Leeds, UK @ First Direct Arena June 4 – Manchester, UK @ Manchester Arena June 8 – Dublin, IR @ 3Arena June 9 – Glasgow, UK @ The SSE Hydro June 11– London, UK @ The O2 June 14 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis June 15 – Amsterdam, Holland @ Ziggo Dome June 17 – Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena June 18 – Cologne, Germany @ Laxness Arena June 23 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion June 24 – Milan, Italy @ Forum June 30 – Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi July 1 – Madrid, Spain @ Wizink Center
This week, the 22-year-old Cuban & Mexican singer released two new songs, “Shameless” and “Liar.”
Cabello released the two tracks as a package because they tell both sides of a story, she told radio host Zach Sangover the phone this week.
She added that she prefers to release songs in pairs when introducing a new project to give listeners a better picture of the new album to come.
“I think it’s too much pressure when I haven’t released an album in a year and a half to just put out one song,” Cabello said. “That’s a bit much for me. I don’t like it … I’m not really like a drop one single kinda gal. I feel like I want to put out more music, more visuals, more stuff because I feel like then it makes you appreciate the one song more because you have context for it.”
“Honestly even just putting out two kind of drives me crazy. I want to put the whole album out!” she explained.
Cabello, who revealed that “Shameless,” “Liar” and one other yet-to-be-heard track were the last songs she recorded for sophomore album Romance, said that the first two songs she’s unveiled “are the same story. There’s two different sides to it.”
But “Shameless,” in particular, is a song she feels very “emotionally connected to”: “I was on such an emotional peak that I was not self-conscious at all,” Cabello said of the song’s recording session. “I was just like, I don’t even care. I’m like high off of this feeling. I think that’s why it was so easy to write because I wasn’t thinking, I wasn’t trying, I was just feeling.”
Cabello says her album is essentially done, but its doors are not closed: “I have all the songs for it. I have all the songs for it. I don’t think it needs anything, but I’m always writing because I’m always inspired.”