What can I say, read the full details here.
Camila Cabello completes the trifecta this week, as the pop star rules three of Billboard’s biggest charts. “Havana,” featuring Young Thug, earns the singer her first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100; her debut solo set Camila arrives atop the Billboard 200; and she reigns on the Billboard Artist 100, becoming the first woman to triple up atop all three charts simultaneously since Adele two years ago.
Awesome isn’t it? Adele took the world by storm. It’s Camila’s turn 🙂
She spoke about her introversion in a recent interview. I so get where she’s coming from. For the longest time, I felt so weird. Different. It seems like introverts are finally being understood. Or maybe I’m newly coming to terms with who I am and why. I find myself having to force myself out there as well. It’s like moving mountains a lot of the times, lol.
“I work so much that I don’t see people for a long time, and then I forget how to interact with people [socially],” she admits. “It makes me so nervous.”
“Usually I don’t want to go out and meet a new person,” she continues. “Even if it’s a boy I like, I try and make an excuse. [But] I go and push myself and do it, and I remember it’s actually not scary to put yourself out there. Before, I was like, ‘It’s just a part of my personality.’ But I know that I have to constantly fight against [being] introverted. It’s constantly something that I have to push myself to do.”
Cabello says that even though “it’s difficult” sometimes, in the end, it’s “always worth it.”
I do miss Fifth Harmony. But that’s just how it goes. So proud of this girl!
One thought on “Camila Cabello, Not Since Adele”
It’s nice for introverts to work on putting ourselves out there more… at the same time, there’s nothing wrong with it and it’s also important to embrace how we work differently. This part, “But I know that I have to constantly fight against [being] introverted,” just rubbed me the wrong way, like it’s something shameful or an enemy she has to fight off… I get that introversion seems to hold us back a lot of the time, but it also gifts us with introspection and compassion. So, ya know, good and bad!
I’m not in a career like hers where I’m surrounded by extroverts, though, so she probably does feel like she has to fight harder. Good luck! She seems like such a sweet girl.