Camila Cabello Reveals What Would Make The World A Better Place [VIDEO]

Camila Cabello is having an amazing year as she is a star that keeps grounded and mind set on her goals. In a recent interview the former "Fifth Harmony" bandmate revealed that kids need to be encouraged to make it a better place and future. “If you ask any kid what he wants to be when he grows up, it’s always these beautiful answers, ’I wanna be an archeologist, I wanna be a singer, I wanna go on the moon.’” the "Havana" hitmaker said. “It’s this unlimited, beautiful way of seeing life. There’s such a fire.”

She also added: “Unfortunately, as you get older, you have this pressure to be more normal… Young people have the most fire. Young people have so much passion for making a difference… As you get older, you lose that mentality and it’s something we need to protect and encourage in young people. I think the world would be a better place if we always remained kids like that." Watch the entire interview below and tell us what you think!

Camila Cabello is bound to have a great start to 2018 with her new album finally being released in January. "To my Camilizers.... my debut album is finally finished," she told her fans on Instagram. "Now I'm trying to steady my heartbeat!!!!!!! thank you for being so patient with me this year, I can't wait for you to hear what has been the soundtrack to the past year of my life... all of these songs have special memories behind them, and i'm not gonna lie, it feels emotional letting them go, feels like the end of a chapter..."

Camila's album was originally titled "The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving," but the singer is now explaining why it's simply called "Camila". "I decided to call it by my name, because this is where this chapter in my life ended," she wrote. "It started with somebody else's story, it ended with me finding my way back to myself."

In an interview with Zane Lowe, Cabello said that her album is not only having a title change, but the tracklist will be different as well as she has a different vision for it now. "Everything that I talked about it in an interview, it just made it really difficult to really move on," she said. "I don’t want to give that power over somebody else — that the whole first album revolves around them and this bad situation. It's giving that too much power." She also added, "I think that everything happens in a parallel way, where it was me taking power over the title and control over what the album was about and me just taking power over my own life.”

She also said: "I feel like it’s important for me as a new artist, and especially people hearing ‘Havana’ and more people kind of knowing who I am, I think that it’s really important that the message is, like, super consistent."

What do you think?

Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.