Camila Cabello hints at collaboration with Mark Ronson

"Feelings & Consequences."

Camila Cabello has hinted that she’s working on new music with Mark Ronson.

The ‘Havana’ singer posted on Instagram to share an image of herself alongside Ronson and Ilsey Juber – who previously wrote Cabello’s ‘She Loves Control.’

Seemingly confirming that a collaboration is on the way, she captioned the snap with a writing emoji.

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But while her post gave little away, Ronson too shared the same photo on Twitter – offering a possible song title as he captioned it “Feelings & Consequences.”

The new offering from Cabello comes a little over a year since she released her self-titled debut record in 2018. In a four-star review, NME described the record as ” strong and surprisingly confident first impression.”

Meanwhile, Ronson recently notched up another hit with ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ – his collaboration with Miley Cyrus.

He’s also gearing up to release a new solo album in 2019, and recently told NME how it’s been a labour of love over the past few years.

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“I think that, basically, I was working on it for a couple of years. As soon as ‘Uptown Special’ began to die down and we were done touring. Last year, while I was working on some stuff with Silk City and working on some stuff with Kevin from Tame Impala, I was floundering a bit,” Ronson explained.

“I was going through some shit in my personal life, and I was just a little messy and un-anchored. I was just throwing a lot of shit at the wall – I was starting to get a little removed from the music.”

Cabello could also see the biggest triumph of her solo career at the Grammys next month – where she’s up for two awards.

 

 

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