Camila Cabello's first solo album, "Camila," has not even been out for 24 hours, and it's already breaking records.
The former Fifth Harmony member's album is currently No. 1 in 100 countries on iTunes, breaking the previous record for a female artist's debut album, MTV reported.
A Canadian radio station tweeted the record was No. 1 on iTunes in the country after eight minutes, possibly breaking the record for the quickest an album has hit No. 1 on the charts.
And less than 12 hours after the album's release, Twitter had gone crazy with praise.
GREAT album for a debut, @Camila_Cabello, you've got serious talent so here's to 2018 being your year (ps you're #1 in 80 countries atm which is record breaking for a female artist)🥇— Zainub Amir (@zainubamir) January 12, 2018
new favs: Inside Out, All These Years, In The Dark, She Loves Control 🔥 #Camila #ThisIsCamila pic.twitter.com/mcbLeqoVH0
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