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Camila Cabello is gearing up for the release of her fourth album, C, XOXO, by dropping singles that showcase a new sound for the singer. Following the release of the Playboi Carti collaboration “I Luv It” last month, Cabello has now released a new track, “He Knows,” featuring Lil Nas X. Produced by Spanish producer El Guincho, known for his work with Rosalía, the song marks a departure from Cabello’s Fifth Harmony days and showcases a more mature sound for the Cuban American artist.

The lyrics of “He Knows” are a bit risque, with Cabello singing about playful interactions with her lover while Lil Nas X adds his own NSFW verses. The collaboration between the two artists brings a unique blend of styles and sounds to the track, creating a dynamic and engaging listening experience. The song is just a taste of what listeners can expect from Cabello’s upcoming album, which promises to push boundaries and explore new sonic territory.

In a recent interview, Cabello opened up about the direction of her new album and the more adult themes present in the music. She explained that this shift is a natural progression for her as an artist and is a way for her to connect with her audience on a deeper level. Cabello hopes that the album will empower and inspire listeners, much like her favorite female artists have done for her. With C, XOXO, Cabello aims to make a positive impact on her fans and share her own personal journey through her music.

The release of “He Knows” and the upcoming album drop on June 28 has fans buzzing with excitement as they anticipate the next chapter in Cabello’s musical career. With collaborations with artists like Lil Nas X and Playboi Carti, Cabello is set to deliver a fresh and innovative sound that showcases her growth and evolution as an artist. As she continues to chart new territory in the music industry, Cabello’s fans are eagerly awaiting the release of C, XOXO and what promises to be a groundbreaking album for the singer.

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