The song “Don’t Go Yet” (check!) was written by Camila, Scott Harris, Ricky Reed and Mike Sabath and produced by Mike Sabath and Ricky Reed and features percussion from the acclaimed Cuban drummer Pedrito Martinez. This is Camila’s first release since the platinum album “Romance” from 2019.
Cuba-born singer and songwriter Camila Cabello released her debut solo album “Camila” in January 2018, instantly garnering rave reviews. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 alongside the single “Havana” (check!), which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Camila then became the first solo artist in almost 15 years to top the top three charts in the same week. She also became the most played artist on Spotify.
At the Video Music Awards 2018, she won the Artist of the Year and Music Video of the Year awards for her hit “Havana”. At the end of 2018, she was nominated for two Grammy Awards in the categories: Best Pop Vocal Album for Camila and Best Pop Solo Performance for Havana (Live). The 9-time platinum hit “Havana”, released in August 2017, was the official start of her solo career after four years in the band Fifth Harmony.
“Havana” has become the most played song of all time created by a woman and number one in the world. Released in January 2018, the triple platinum single “Never Be The Same” reached the top ten of the Billboard chart.
In 2019, Cabello released the single “Señorita” from Shawn Mendes. The song debuted at number one on iTunes worldwide and broke Spotify’s record for the greatest debut of a female-male duo in history. “Señorita” was the most played song of all songs released on Spotify in 2019 and won a Grammy nomination for Best Duo / Group Performance.
In December 2019, Camila released her second studio album “Romance”, which went platinum. During the 62nd edition of the Grammy Awards, Camila gave a touching performance with the song “First Man”, during which she sang directly to her dad sitting in the audience.