American singer and songwriter, Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao unreleased song “Celia” produced by Ricky Reed & Mike Sabath, reportedly leaked online.
The track is Cabello’s first single of 2021 and the first solo music from the Cuban-Mexican singer since she released 2019 LP Romance. It’s slated to appear on her upcoming third full-length album, Familia. During Camila Cabello’s YouTube RELEASED episode for “Don’t Go Yet,” she revealed the title of a song set to be on her third album, Familia. Camila also revealed that her eight-year-old cousin, Caro, will have vocals on the song, titled “Celia.”
Following the release of her second album, Romance, Camila waited a year and a half before releasing new music. In July 2021, her return to music was with her single “Celia.” The song also marks the beginning of her new era and album. In the English-Spanish track, Camila provocatively sings to her lover, asking them to stay the night. At the time of the release, Camila was dating fellow musician Shawn Mendes.
Romance housed Cabello’s massive single “Señorita,” which got nominated for the 2020 Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. At the 2020 Grammys, Cabello performed Romance’s “First Man.” That album was the follow-up to her 2018 debut album Camila, which featured the hit single “Havana.”
In the Philippa Price and Pilar Zeta-directed clip, the singer takes a ride in a classic convertible as she switches stations on the radio. The footage then morphs into a toy car making its way up a dirt road to a grand home, where a glamorous Cabello rings the door bell. Inside, a vibrant party with friends and family is taking place. She joins the festivities as she sings and dances to the sultry song about the desire to have someone stay.
“Baby, don’t go yet, ’cause I wore this dress for a lil’ drama,” she sings. “In a bed, I bet that you think that you know, but you don’t/Baby, come to mama/I get, I get what I want when I want.”
The Cuban-born singer who has also lived in Cuba has been advocating for the #SOSCuba movement in solidarity with the protests in the country against the “62 years of oppression” citizens have suffered, as Cabello said on Instagram. On Thursday, she appeared during the 18th annual Premios Juventud alongside Pitbull and Emilio Estafan, as Billboard notes. Camila Cabello rose to prominence as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, formed on The X Factor USA in 2012, signing a joint record deal with Syco Music and Epic Records.
On July 20th, 2017 Cabello supported the North American leg of Bruno Mars’s “24K Magic World Tour.” Shortly after on August 4th, she released her “summer double features” “OMG” featuring Quavo, and her solo breakout hit, “Havana” featuring Young Thug. “Havana” was confirmed as a single from her self-titled debut album on August 30th, 2017 via Twitter. The song became a commercial and major success becoming her first #1 hit. The track was certified 5x platinum along with diamond certifications in Brazil and France—making Camila the fastest female artist born in the 90s to achieve a diamond certification, doing so in only 5 months.
On December 4th, 2017, Camila had revealed she changed the title of her debut album from The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving. to Camila. Alongside that announcement, two singles from her album were released; “Real Friends” and “Never Be the Same” on December 7th. The following week “Crown,” a collaboration with Grey for Netflix’s Bright was dropped.
January 12, 2018, marked the release of her solo debut project. Camila debuted at #1 in 100 different countries on iTunes, breaking the record for most #1’s for a debut album. Camila also reached a major milestone on January 21, debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. Later on April 12, 2018, the album was certified platinum.
2018 saw a few more collaborations for Cabello, starting with the remix of her own hit “Never Be The Same” featuring country singer Kane Brown. “Sangria Wine” with Pharrell, who had worked on “Havana” with Cabello followed, released May 18th. The final three tracks from Cabello in 2018 were all remixes. Bazzi’s “Beautiful;” Cabello’s “Real Friends” featuring Swae Lee and an orchestral version of “Consequences” from Camila.
In January of 2019, shortly after her debut’s anniversary, Camila revealed that she began writing for her second album. On June 3, 2019, she posted an Instagram story of a Dropbox folder named CC2, suggesting she had completed the album. A few days prior to this, Camila was featured on Mark Ronson’s track “Find U Again.” Later that month, Camila combined forces with Shawn Mendes once again to create “Señorita” which was accompanied by a steamy music video.
Camila’s second album was announced in conjunction with the released of two singles, “Shameless” and “Liar.” Within the next five weeks, Camila released two more singles, “Cry for Me” and “Easy”, which she performed live during her Saturday Night Live debut on October 12, 2019. On November 13, 2019, Camila revealed the release date and album art for Romance, announcing that another single, “Living Proof” would be released later that week.