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Shawn Mendes Drops First Song After His Breakup With Camila Cabello

Shawn Mendes Drops First Song After His Breakup With Camila Cabello


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Shawn Mendes has released a new song on his breakup with Camila Cabello, and nobody sensed that this was coming.

On November 30, the “Wonder” singer turned to Instagram to promote the release of new music.


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Shawn debuted the new song on December 1st and the title is “It’ll Be Okay.”

Whether the singer simply wants to express a mantra or lyric. This is Shawn’s first musical release since his breakup with Camila earlier this month, and based on the 12-second preview alone, it sounds like he’s looking forward to happier days after the heartbreak.

Shawn says in the song, “Are we going to make it? / Is this going to hurt?” It’s possible that the song was written as his relationship with Camila was coming to an end.

The exact reason for Shawn and Camila’s breakup is unclear at the moment, but perhaps “It’ll Be Okay” will shed some light on the situation.

Watch It’ll Be Okay Official Lyric Video here:


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