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Who is the husband of Camila Cabello?
Cabello made her film debut as Cinderella in 2021. Cabello’s third studio album, Familia, was released in April 2022, with the lead single “Don’t Go Yet” being released in July 2021. “Bam Bam,” the second song from Familia, is Cabello’s highest charting hit to date, peaking in the top five on the Billboard Global 200. And on the Billboard Hot 100, it reached number 21. Familia peaked at #10 on the Billboard 200 and #9 in the UK, making it Cabello’s lowest charting album to date.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry reports that Cabello’s “Havana” was the best-selling digital song of 2018, with over a billion streams (IFPI). Two Latin Grammys, five American Music Awards, and one Billboard Music Award are just a few of the many accolades Cabello has received. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified “Havana” Diamond in 2021, making Cabello the first Hispanic woman to achieve this honour.
Camila Cabello Early Life
Camila Cabello entered the world on the 3rd of March, 1997, in Cojimar, Cuba. Camila and her family lived in both Havana, Cuba and Mexico City, where her father, Alejandro Cabello, was from during her childhood (where her mother, Sinuhe Estrabao, was from). When Camila was 5 years old, she, her mother, and her sister Sofia moved to Miami. Because of visa issues, her dad had to wait nearly a year and a half before he could join the family. Cabello received U.S. citizenship in 2008. She began her formal education at Miami Palmetto High School, but she dropped out in ninth year to focus on her singing career.
Camila Cabello Fifth Harmony
Before launching her solo career, Cabello was a part of the successful girl group Fifth Harmony. Cabello made her reality show debut in 2012, performing a solo audition for NBC’s The X Factor. Respect, by Aretha Franklin, was the next song she performed (however, her episode never made it to the air due to licencing issues.) In the end, she was saved together with four other girls to create the group now known as Fifth Harmony. A partnership deal with Simon Cowell’s Syco Music and Epic Records was reached after they placed third on the show.
Reflection was Fifth Harmony’s first proper studio album, released the same year. In the United States, the album peaked at #5, in Canada and New Zealand at #8, and in Spain at #9. Certified Platinum, their single “Worth It” (with Kid Ink) peaked at #12 in the US and #3 in the UK. Their Ty Dolla Sign-featured “Work From Home” single. By December 2016, they had sold 1.4 million digital copies of 7/27, the final single from their second album, in the United States alone. At the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, the band was honoured as an Artist to Watch by the network. Cabello’s prolonged touring with Fifth Harmony between 2013 and 2016 was a commercial success.
— camila (@Camila_Cabello) September 20, 2022
Camila Cabello Solo Career
Camila Cabello officially departed Fifth Harmony on December 18, 2016, to focus on her solo career, putting an end to months of speculation. It’s awkward since the group reunited for a pre-taped New Year’s Eve special right after she left the band. Camila has found great success as a solo artist. Debuting at No. 47 on the Billboard Hot 100, her solo debut “Crying in the Club” was published on May 19, 2017. Her song “Havana,” which features Young Thug, topped the charts in multiple nations. With over 888 million plays as of June 2018, the song far surpassed any other female artist’s single on Spotify’s streaming service.
The United States and Canada were among the numerous nations where her self-titled first album topped the charts upon its initial release in January of 2018. Camilla was the first performer to simultaneously top both Billboard’s Adult and Mainstream Top 40 charts. She was nominated for two Grammys in December of 2018: Best Pop Solo Performance (for a live version of “Havana”) and Best Pop Vocal Album. On June 21, 2019, Cabello and Shawn Mendes dropped “Senorita,” which debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 100. By the following August, it had risen to the top spot. Her sophomore album, titled “Romance,” was released on December 6, 2019, and a tour in support of the record was confirmed for 2020.
Camila Cabello Philanthropy
In the realm of philanthropy, Camila is an integral part of Save the Children’s efforts. She collaborated with the organisation in 2016 to create the “Love Only” T-shirt, which sold well and brought attention to the problem of girls’ lack of access to healthcare and education. She has promised to raise $250,000 for the group by September of this year. She has also done substantial volunteer work with the Children’s Health Fund, a nonprofit that aims to improve the health of children from low-income households. In 2018, she contributed to the group by donating a portion of the profits from her “Never Be the Same” tour’s VIP packages. She has performed in benefit concerts for the ACLU, hurricane relief, and breast cancer research, among other causes. She reportedly sent $10,000 to a GoFundMe page set up to help a homeless immigrant in March 2019.