The world first fell in love with Camila Cabello as part of the girl group Fifth Harmony. Now, Camila is making waves as a solo artist. She’s already seeing the top of the Billboard charts.
Here’s how Camila Cabello became a breakout artist.
1. She took whatever opportunities would help her get into the music industry as soon as possible.
Camila was just another girl with big dreams when she decided to audition for The X Factor. She was put through as a solo artist until the bootcamp round. However, when the judges decided to put Camila and four other contestants into a girl group, she was excited about the opportunity and didn’t protest.
Camila finished the competition in third place with Fifth Harmony. Afterward, the girls signed with Syco Music and Epic Records. They released several smash hits, such as “Worth It” and “Work From Home.”
2. She started doing solo work while she was still with the band.
In 2015, Camila stepped away from her role in Fifth Harmony to lend her vocals to fellow pop singer Shawn Mendes. Together, the two released “I Know What You Did Last Summer.” Their collaboration reached the top twenty in both the US and Canada.
Camila also collaborated with Pitbull, Cashmere Cat, and Machine Gun Kelly shortly after leaving the band.
3. She released her first solo single to promote her new album.
Camila didn’t waste any time when it came to recording a solo album. Rather than testing the waters with a single first, she went full speed ahead and planned to release The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving in September 2017.
Camila released “Crying In The Club” to promote her upcoming album.
Camila Cabello carefully calculated her career in order to follow her dreams all the way to the top. By taking opportunities as they come your way and planning smartly, you, too, can become a breakout artist.
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Kristen Harris enjoys listening to a wide range of music, from Taylor Swift to, on occasion, Celtic instrumental. She also spends her time writing, reading, and baking.