In news just in, Grammy nominee Camila Cabello has split from Sony’s Epic Records to join Universal Music Group’s Interscope Records.

Cabello embarks on the new journey after releasing numerous critically praised recordings with Epic, including her self-titled album, ‘Camila,’ 2019’s ‘Romance,’ and ‘Familia,’ which was released in April of this year, with the first two earning Platinum certification by the RIAA.

Cabello previously voiced her desire for musical independence in an interview with Variety in April, saying:

“With the first couple of albums, I’d be like, ‘What do you think? What do you think?’ and now I don’t send my music to that many people anymore,” she said.

Adding, “If I can’t stand behind [a song] and want to perform it, let’s not put it out, because it’s just going to turn into some weird thing where I never wanna fucking sing it again, and it’s all because I didn’t listen to myself.”

Joining the likes of Lady Gaga, Blackpink, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, Selena Gomez and many more at Interscope, we can only presume the singer is on the right path to achieving her goal.

According to data from Luminate, Cabello is making waves in the streaming realm, as her most recent single, ‘Bam Bam,’ which features Ed Sheeran, has received close to 500 million airtime plays and has had over 150 million on-demand streams.The success of ‘Bam Bam’ follows Cabello’s previous smash hits, “Havana” and “Never Be the Same” from 2017, 2019’s “Senorita” featuring Shawn Mendes, and 2016’s “Bad Things” featuring Machine Gun Kelly.

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