Camila Cabello or Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao is a Cuban and American who is a famous singer and songwriter. She gained popularity as a member of Fifth Harmony which was a girl group. The group was formed in the year 2012 on The X Factor USA. They signed a joint record deal with Syco Music and Epic Records. Even when she was part of Fifth Harmony, Cabello always wanted to establish herself as a solo artist. Her collaborative release with Shawn Mendes and with Machine Gun Kelly, helped her to reach number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. The numbers were “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and “Bad Things” respectively. She is known for many other collaborations with Pitbull for “Hey Ma”. She was also a part of The Fate of the Furious soundtrack, with J Balvin. She left Fifth Harmony in 2016 and her debut solo single helped her to grab fame titled “Crying in the Club”.
She is also a philanthropist and is a partner with Save the Children, donated $10000 to GoFundMe campaigns, and was also part of many non-profit NGOs who worked for the welfare of the female child, the well-being of the poverty-driven. She even collected funds for the Hurricane disaster and participated in Global Citizen Festival to raise awareness and funds for COVID 19.
Cabello has billions of streams on her sleeves on various music platforms. Among the list, in the year 2018, the music titled “Havana” was the best-selling digital single. The data was prepared by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). In Cabello’s awards, she has five American Music Awards, two Latin Grammy Awards, and one Billboard Music Award. And, in her nomination list, she has three Grammy Awards.