Less than 24 hours after its January 12 release, Camila soared to the top of iTunes’ charts around the globe. Hitting No. 1 in more than 100 countries — including the U.S., Canada, the Philippines, Japan, Brazil and the U.K. — Cabello broke the record for earning the most iTunes No. 1 positions for a female artist’s debut album.
But this isn’t the only record the performer smashed with her post-Fifth Harmony venture into solo pop stardom. Just days ago, Cabello’s Young Thug-assisted hit single “Havana” broke Taylor Swift’s previously held record for the longest running Billboard Pop Songs Radio Airplay No. 1 song by a solo female artist, marking its seventh weeks atop the chart.