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Camila Cabello teases new music for 2024

Written by on December 29, 2023

Camila Cabello has dropped a huge hint she will be releasing new music in 2024.

The pop star’s last album ‘Familia’ was released in 2022 and she’s now teased fans about her next project by sharing an image of herself in a recording studio on Instagram and declaring: “Mostly the year of this … See you next year, b******.”

She also added a screenshot of a message sent to her mother in which she wrote: “It’s slutty, but it’s art.”

It comes after Camila admitted she’s been “scheming” about her new album, but refused to divulge any further details.

During an interview with Rolling Stone, she was asked if she has started planning her fourth album and she replied: “Oh darling, of course. I’m always scheming but I won’t say too much about it because I love a calculated surprise … Oop! Can’t say, can’t say anything.”

She went on to explain a bit more about her creative process, adding: “It always has to be about challenging myself and doing something new. So really consuming a lot of new art and a lot of new references.

“A lot of new music, new movies, new novels, new photography. To me, what produces different output is having new input. That’s what’s inspired me.”

Camila is the latest artist to hint about a 2024 release after both Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish seemingly confirmed plans to return to the charts next year.

Ariana shared pictures and video of her studio sessions with producer Ilya Salmanzadeh on Instagram and told fans: “See you next year” while Billie opened up about her new album during a recent appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’.

Billie told the host: “We are almost done with this new album we’re working on … So, at some point, you will know more, but I’m not going to say anymore now.”

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