Camila Cabello: 'I was hurt by Fifth Harmony's MTV VMA's performance'

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Camila Cabello: 'I was hurt by Fifth Harmony's MTV VMA's performance'

You can check out Cabello's full album below. "Today's the first day where I can really just enjoy it, and I can enjoy it being out".

On Friday morning, Camila Cabello stopped by Good Morning America to perform a track from her recently released LP, Camila. She easily could have gotten away with a collection of radio-ready dance-pop anthems, but instead, the 20-year-old opted to open up to her fan base and display a level of maturity not often seen in artists this young.

When she asked to help write new music for Fifth Harmony, she was denied. Eventually, she was given an ultimatum: she can not make a solo album while, at the same, time performing with the group.

Camila also hinted on Instagram that she meant to continue on as a member of Fifth Harmony right up until the moment she quit, so it's been a mystery why she finally made a decision to pull the plug and go solo. An 11-track LP which boasts of some of her most stellar works till date, the eponymous debut effort also features co-production from Skrillex on 'She Loves Control'. She said of her album, "I feel like the best way to come up with something new and different is just to be the you-est you possible". "If anyone wants to explore their individuality, it's not right for people to tell you no", Camila explained.

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