The ‘Havana’ singer, who has been at Number One in the UK for five weeks, will drop her Camila collection in the New Year.
Ahead of its release, she has released Never Be The Same and Real Friends as instant-grat tracks to all who pre-order the LP.
Although the full track listing has yet to be revealed, it seems that Crying In The Club – her solo debut – will not be included.
That song peaked at No47 in the US and No12 in the UK when it was released in the spring, and was also performed on Britain’s Got Talent.
The promotional singles OMG and I Have Questions have also seemingly been axed, along with original title The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.
Billboard reports that Cabello confirmed the album’s switch in lead single – from CITC to Havana – back in September.
So far Cabello has had enormous solo success, reaching heights she didn’t experience as part of girlband Fifth Harmony, which she acrimoniously quit last year.
Now a quartet, the group released their own new album over the summer but have struggled to continue the success they hit with Cabello among them.
The record debuted at No4 in the US and No10 in the UK before making swift drops.
Its lead single Down failed to crack the Top 40 on either side of the atlantic, despite huge support from fans.
Camila by Camila Cabello is out on January 12.