Camila Cabello wants to work with Rosalía


August 04, 2021

Camila Cabello spoke about the latin roots of her new album and her desire to work with Rosalía.
Camila Cabello is becoming more and more familiar with the Spanish-speaking world. He was born in Cuba, grew up in Latin culture and, of course, speaks Spanish.

The singer's latin origins are evident in her biggest hit, "Havana", but it seems that on her next album, entitled "Familia", her fans will hear a lot more from this side of her.

In an interview with the Spanish radio station "Los40", Camila Cabello revealed that she wants to work with Rosalía, the Spanish singer who has gained great success around the world and has been highly praised for her originality.

"I would love to work with Rosalía. I love her, I am a big fan of her. I send her direct messages from time to time and so does she. "She knows I love her and I support her very much," Camila Cabello explained.

The 24-year-old singer opened the cycle of her new album with the single "Don't Go Yet", an irresistible song with touches of salsa music, which rises places on the global chart of Spotify.

The upcoming "Família" album, for which no official release date has been announced yet, will also include Spanish-language songs, according to what Camila Cabello told "Los 40".

There are other songs on the album that are only in Spanish and sound completely different from "Don't Go Yet". Who I am as an artist and a person always changes. "I always explore and discover with each song," he said.

Camila Cabello was born in Cojímar, Cuba and raised in Miami, United States. During the pandemic she spent more time with her family at home and this inspired her to return to her roots and honor Latin culture on her new album "Familia".