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Camila Cabello signs with Interscope after nearly a decade at Epic



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Camila Cabello has separated from Epic Records and signed to Interscope, diverse Learn. The pop singer had released three studio albums in the span of four years with Sony Music, most recently dropping “Familia” in April. Its first two releases, the 2018 “Camila” and the 2019 “Romance”, are both certified RIAA-certified platinum, representing sales of over one million units in the United States.

At Interscope, owned by Universal Music Group, the 25-year-old Cabello joins a roster that includes Lady Gaga, Blackpink, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, Selena Gomez and many more.

Epic has been Cabello’s home since it first hit the label in 2013 through its partnership with Simon Cowell’s Syco Music. That same year, she and former girl group Fifth Harmony released their debut EP Better Together, finishing ahead of third place on the US version of “The X-Factor”. In 2017, Capello announced her departure from the girl group but stayed with Epic Records on her first self-titled solo album.

Cabello’s current single “Bam Bam” features Ed Sheeran and has recorded more than 150 million on-demand broadcasts, according to data from Luminate, and its broadcast audience is close to 500 million. Her previous songs include 2017’s “Havana” and “Never Be the Same”, 2019’s “Senorita” (with Shawn Mendes) and 2016’s “Bad Things” (with Machine Gun Kelly).

Speaking with Variety in April, Cabello expressed her desire for independence when it comes to her music. “With the first two albums, I’m going to say, ‘What do you think? What’s your opinion?’ And now I no longer send my music to that many people.” “If I can’t stand behind me [a song] And I want to sing it, let’s not take it out, because it will turn out to be a strange thing where I don’t want to sing it again, and all because I didn’t listen to myself.”

diverse I’ve reached out to Epic, Interscope, and a Capello representative for comment.

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