The 'Crying in the Club' hitmaker shares that she enjoys being a solo artist because her former group has 'a really fast process' in making music.
Since Camila Cabello decided to depart from Fifth Harmony, there has been a quite palpable tension between the songstress and her former bandmates. After Camila unfollowed Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke on Instagram last month, she has now thrown a subtle shade at the group, claiming that Fifth Harmony is rushing their musical process.
"In the group we would record songs for two weeks, it was a really fast process, like sometimes we'd do five songs in a day," the Cuban-born beauty tells Wonderland. "It would just be like, 'alright you sing the verse, you sing that,' and then you just record it and that's it."
She also shares that she is much more comfortable now working alone as a solo artist. "I've had a chance to really like, write and make the songs, and be involved in every aspect of it from the production to the mixing," Camila adds. "Definitely a lot more challenging but more fun, for sure."
No one knows what exactly happened between Camila and the group, but her departure has undoubtedly broken her former bandmates' hearts. "When Camila decided to leave, the group was successful; so, they would have been happy to let Camila pursue a solo career, while still doing Fifth Harmony," a source previously said. "But, things obviously didn't work out that way. The girls think Camila left the wrong way and they can't forgive her for that."
Camila is currently working on her new album "The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.". Meanwhile Fifth Harmony is gearing up for the release of their first album as a foursome, "Fifth Harmony", which is set to arrive on August 25.