"Crying in the Club" debuted Friday with a music video featuring Cabello dancing through an empty room and later a night club while singing.
And now, we finally have the official song in all of it's glory along with a gorgeous music video to run alongside it.
You know how Camila Cabello's debut album's called The Hurting.
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Camila left Fifth Harmony late previous year with the group confirming her departure via social media. Some 50 stations have already committed to adding "Crying in the Club", according to Cabello's label, Epic Records. And there isn't much going on, despite lyrics like "You think that you'll die without him / You know, that's a lie you tell yourself". Or is she simply trying to sing to every person in her audience, recognizing that hurt is universal? "[It] is the story of my journey from darkness into light", she explained. As it turns out, the former Fifth Harmony member injected another one of her new songs in the video, "I Have Questions". I never just want to make a straight up happy song, it's just not in my nature.
"It's probably not the ideal scenario, but I believe the appetite for both is high", says Erik Bradley, longtime MD for CBS Radio WBBM (B96) in Chicago, who also consults for Top 40 stations in Dallas and Detroit. I didn't write it with the intention of delivering a message, but I realized the message was in the hurting, the healing, the loving. I know one fan specifically who came from Mexico, and I always saw her in NY working to get extra money for her family.