Camila Cabello's Says Penning Her Solo Album Helped Heal The Hurt After Splitting From 5H

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Sometimes a breakup can lead to a breakthrough. Such is the case with former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello.

The “Havana” singer told Rollacoaster magazine that she enjoyed being the shot caller on her forthcoming solo project, The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.

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Fans have been (im) patiently waiting for the album,  downloading her singles, like "Crying in the Club," and scooping up her magazine covers to pass the time, including Latina’s March/April 2017 issue. There's more Cabello eye candy on the way in the September issue of Rollacoaster.  All you have to do is order your copy. 

In the interview, she revealed that her biggest issue with being a solo star is balancing the workload and making sure everything that is perfecto. For Cabello, there aren’t many downsides to breaking free from the group that made her famous, especially since she’s able to use her voice, share her experiences and pay tribute to her Cuban heritage. Plus, she’s been able to collabo with powerhouses like  J Balvin, Pitbull, Shawn Mendes, and Machine Gun Kelly.

In Rollacoaster, the cubana also admitted that this project gave her a chance to be honest about her feelings about splitting from 5H. She told the pub: “I think I was just avoiding talking about the hurt that I was feeling and I didn’t want to come to terms with it.”

Now that the healing has begun, fans can look forward to celebrating Cabello’s independence when The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving. drops next month.