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"Camila" is a cohesive album, surprised?

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anxiety    106

I listened to "Camila" last night and I was so surprised at how good it actually is. The Cuban influences really suit her and make her stand out from today's pop girls. Throughout the whole album, there's a consistent string of melodies that ties it all together into something oddly special. I'm glad I didn't write her off completely, this is a good start to a promising solo career. How did you feel after your first listen?

 

 

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Havanna-wa    39,112

Not at all. I always knew she could do it ever since I heard her unreleased track Only Told The Moon. Her writing talent is strong and I know she's going places. rav3 

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I'm not a Camilizard but I decided to give it a try. It's cohesive but so is most pop girl debuts. The content, however, was a middling affair for me... but so is most pop girl debuts lol. Havana is really the best song on the album.

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anxiety    106
17 minutes ago, Chantoya Jo Jackson said:

I'm not a Camilizard but I decided to give it a try. It's cohesive but so is most pop girl debuts. The content, however, was a middling affair for me... but so is most pop girl debuts lol. Havana is really the best song on the album.

Into It, She Loves Control and Something's Gotta Give cry9

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petedagrk    4,233
27 minutes ago, anxiety said:

Into It, She Loves Control and Something's Gotta Give cry9

She Loves Control is a bawp.  Camila knew what she be doing.  Glad she proved that haters she could be good solo

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