Camila Cabello Teases ‘Funky’ Ed Sheeran Collaboration On Debut Album

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Camila Cabello has an epic collaboration on her upcoming album!

During an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1, the former Fifth Harmony member revealed which amazing artists she already collaborated with for her upcoming debut recordThe Hurting The Healing The Loving.

The good news is that there is a LOT of talent on the record. The bad news is that…well, there really is no bad news except that the release date for the full album has yet to be announced.

In addition to co-writing songs with Pharell Williams and Charli XCX, Cabello told the radio host that Ed Sheeran actually penned a track just for her.

The 20-year-old singer said she put her own touch on the Sheeran song, which she described as “really, really dope.”

“And so then I went in and re-wrote the lyrics to it and basically added some parts to it,” Cabello told Lowe about the song, which is titled “Boy.”

Cabello said the track stands out from the rest of the songs on her album.

“It has this very kind of James Brown funky vibe to it,” Cabello explained. “It’s really, really fun cause I feel like, you know, a lot of the songs that I wrote are pretty heavy and pretty emotional. And I feel like that’s like a really fun, lighthearted, sassy.”

Cabello’s first single, “I Have Questions” is definitely deep and intense, so we are really happy to hear there are a few light-hearted tracks to balance the album out. Now all we need is a release date so we can start our album countdown!

(H/T TigerBeat)