Ed Sheeran confirmed that he wrote a song titled "The Boy" for Camila Cabello and that it could be included in the latter's upcoming debut solo album The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving. But if having someone like Ed touch your work isn't enough, wait till you hear him drop one of the biggest compliments a young artist can ever get.
The British hitmaker said the collab could be as big as Beyonce's post-Destiny's Child breakout hit "Crazy In Love". During an interview with Brazilian personality Hugo Gloss the songwriter said, "You know how Beyonce came out with "Crazy In Love"? It's just sass and big vocals. Camila has a voice that should be really shown off. I was like, I know what I want Camila to do as a singer."
The "Shape Of You" singer also explained how the former Fifth Harmony member changed the song in a way that's very 'Camila'. "I demoed the song where I sing really high as if I'm a girl, singing all these lyrics about being a girl. I sent it to her," he shared. "And she kind of took it apart and made it obviously sound like her. She changed 90 percent of the lyrics on it." Watch the full interview below:
Video Courtesy: Hugo Gloss
Now, we got bigger reason to look out for Camila's album release hopefully in September.
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