Camila Cabello has been one of the fast rising stars of recent years, having achieved international stardom with girl band Fifth Harmony - formed in the second season of the X Factor before reaching all out global fame as a solo star.
Cabello began to break away from Fifth Harmony through a series of collaborations like Machine Gun Kelly's 'Bad Thing's, officially leaving in December of 2016. By early 2018, Cabello had released her eponymous debut album 'Camila', shooting straight to #1 on the Billboard 200, with her lead single 'Havana' becoming the longest running #1 from a female solist in the UK since Adele. She also supported Taylor Swift on her Reputation Stadium Tour.
Already in her journey as a solo artist, Cabello has won several awards for Breakthrough Artist from the likes of Billboard, iHeartRadio and MTV Europe, all before the young singer even turned 21. It's clear the Cuban star has a huge future ahead of her, and she's only just getting started.