Artist of the Week: Camila Cabello
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Following her mega hit 'Havana', the former Fifth Harmony member is once again ruling music charts all around the world with her Shawn Mendes collaboration 'Senorita'.

AceShowbiz - Even though it's only been a few years since Camila Cabello decided to embark on a solo career, she keeps making hits after hits. Following her mega hit single "Havana", the Cuban songstress is once again ruling music charts all around the world with her new collaborative single with Shawn Mendes entitled "Senorita".

Making its way out June 21 through Island Records, the song topped the charts in the Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Malaysia, New Zealand and Switzerland among others. It additionally debuted at No. 2 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Furthermore, the Latin duet rocketed to No. 1 on Spotify's Global chart upon its release and broke the record for the biggest single-day debut of a male/female duet ever. Its music video accompaniment itself garnered 50 million views on YouTube within 48 hours.

Talking about how the collaboration came to happen in an interview, Camilla remembered that it took them eight months to create the song while Shawn jokingly said that it took him "10 months to convince Camila to sing this with me."

Aside from promoting their duet, Camila is currently busy working on her sophomore album, which still doesn't have a title or a release date. Last month, she took to her social media to tease a snippet of the new song. Meanwhile, Louis Bell, who has worked with the former Fifth Harmony member, said that he wanted to give the second album a "more mature progression."

He said in an interview, "It's all about what's going on in her life, relationship-wise, everything. All of that stuff is going to factor into the whole theme of the album." On the other hand, Brian Lee said, "She knows all these indie bands; she could do an indie record. Her depth of what she knows musically is bigger than mine. She could do whatever she wants."

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