With the latest round of United States digital sales data (tracking week ending July 12), the two singles from Camila Cabello’s debut album ‘Camila’ have hit a new milestone.
With “Havana” selling over 1.43 million pure copies across all versions and “Never Be the Same” cracking 570,000, the two singles have inched past the 2 million combined download mark in the United States.
Although not unheard of, this milestone is noteworthy in a market that is progressively trending towards streaming. Other recent albums that have cracked 2 million in downloads across singles include Post Malone’s ‘beerbongs & bentleys’, Imagine Dragons’ ‘Evolve’, Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ and Maroon 5’s ‘Red Pill Blues’ (including deluxe tracks for the latter).
As “Havana” approaches its one year anniversary and “Never Be the Same” begins to wrap its Hot 100 run, it’s unclear what’s up next from the album. “Consequences” was performed on the TODAY show this past Friday (July 20) and buzz for “She Loves Control” has remained consistent since album release.