Camila Cabello Hoped To Achieve ‘Better Mental Health’ With ‘Familia’
Camila Cabello revealed Tuesday (April 12th) that he hoped to achieve “better mental health” with her new album, Familia.
When Today host Carson Daly asked the singer what she wanted to achieve with this album she replied with, “Better mental health. I really just wanted to be free. I wanted to feel joy in the studio, I wanted to be as transparent as possible, and I feel like so many of these songs. … That’s what I love about music. It’s like, I could talk to you about how I’m feeling all day long, but I feel like these songs really sound like how I was feeling on the days that I wrote them.”
She also told Hoda Kotb that at the age of 25, she knows herself much better than she did with her previous two albums.
The former Fifth Harmony member added, “So I think that through doing the inner-work, whether it be therapy or really practicing authenticity and practicing vulnerability and being honest, you find who you are, and now I’m in a place where I’m like, ‘Oh, I know who I am and I like who I am.’ And so I just practice being who I am.”