Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao is a Cuban-American singer and songwriter. She rose to prominence as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, formed on USA version of The X Factor in 2012. Camila remained in the group for one extended play and two full albums. The group gained notoriety with the release of their third single “Worth It” from their debut album “Reflection” and blew up with the release of “Work From Home” off their second full length album “7/27.”
It was during this period that Camila Cabello began working outside the group with other artists. She had a duet with teen heartthrob Shawn Mendes and a massively successful collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly on “Bad Things.” Having finished and helped promote the successful “7/27” album — it was clear that Cabello was the stand out from 5-girl group. Not unlike previous diva’s in our Diva Hall of Fame (Diana Ross and Beyoncé among others) — Cabello’s departure from the group was announced at the end of 2016. Girls gotta do what a girl’s gotta do.
In early 2017 she released her debut album with the lead single “Crying In the Club” featuring a sample of Christina Aguilera‘s “Genie In A Bottle.” She followed up with the massive best-selling song of the year “Havana” and the Top 10 hit “Never Be the Same” (a personal favorite).
Her follow-up album “Romance” featured the #1 duet with Shawn Mendes “Senorita” and the #12 hit “My Oh My” (with DaBaby). During this period — Cabello has already branched out into acting with the Disney re-adaption of “Cinderella,” which is scheduled for release in 2021.
Party Favorz celebrates strong women who take control of their career and make all the necessary moves to ensure their voice is rightfully heard. Taking advantage of a situation when it’s presented to you isn’t backstabbing — it’s understanding your worth by seizing the moment and we applaud her moves no matter how calculated they may appear.
Cabello’s solo work as well as her work with Fifth Harmony has been remixed and translates well to the dancefloor. This tribute set pulls from her work with the group as well as her solo material and collaborations to give a better overall picture of where she’s heading and how the electronic dance music community has fully embraced her.
We’re looking forward to hearing more from this fledgling artist in the years to come. It’s for these reasons and more that Party Favorz inducts this up and coming artist into the Diva Hall of Fame. ENJOY!
Album : Camila Cabello | The Diva Series
Genre : Dance-Club, House, EDM
Year : 2020
Total Time : 01:44:27
1. Don’t Wanna Dance Alone (Cole Plante Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
2. BO$$ (Jad Desenchanntee vs. Kat Krazy Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
3. She Loves Control (TwoDB Remix Clean)
4. Crying In The Club (Steve Smart Club Mix)
5. Beautiful (EDXs XYZ Extended Mix) [with Bazzi]
6. Liar (Keepin It Heale Remix)
7. Havana (Barry Harris Mix) [with Young Thug]
8. That’s My Girl (Barry Harris Club Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
9. Work From Home (Kahikko & Jespr Remix) [with Fifth Harmony & Ty Dolla $ign]
10. My Oh My (Danny Dove Remix)
11. Worth It (Disco Suckz Remix) [with Fifth Harmony & Kid Ink]
12. The Life (Disco Suckz Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
13. Who Are You (Bit Error Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
14. Find U Again (Country Club Martini Crew Remix) [with Mark Ronson]
15. Know No Better (Jason Reilly Remix) [with Major Lazer, Travis Scott & Quavo]
16. All In My Head (Flex) (Ben Rainey Remix) [with Fifth Harmony & Fetty Wap]
17. Sledgehammer (J’Adore & BillyBeats Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
18. Better Together (DayDrunk Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]
19. Never Be The Same (The DJ Mike D Remix)
20. Bad Things (Jump Smokers Remix) [with Machine Gun Kelly]
21. Cry For Me (Tempo Elektrik Remix)
22. South Of The Border (Tempo Elektrik Remix) [with Ed Sheeran & Cardi B]
23. Senorita (Dark & Md Remix Extended) [with Shawn Mendes]
24. Real Friends (Gumanev & Tim Cosmos Deep Remix)
25. Easy (Tempo Elektrik Remix)
26. Shameless (Arsen Bootleg)
27. Miss Movin’ On (Papercha$er Remix) [with Fifth Harmony]