Fans of Camila Cabello in Vancouver have heard two new, never-been-released track as part of the young singer-songwriter's North American tour.

New Unheard Songs

The former Fifth Harmony singer kicked off her "Never Be The Same" trek this week at the Orpheum Theater in Canada. Aside from the hits from her debut album, Camila, the 21-year-old also gifted fans with two new never-before-heard singles titled "Sangria Wine" and "Scar Tissue."

The first track, "Sangria Wine," also features hitmaker and N.E.R.D. rapper, Pharell Williams. The sultry dance track was performed by Cabello wearing a pair of sunglasses and with a group of male and female dancers.

The second track, "Scar Tissue," was reportedly co-written with Charli XCX. The two will open for Taylor Swift on her upcoming reputation North America stadium tour.

"I don't know if you guys know this, but scar tissue is the skin that grows on top of skin that's burned or hurt, and it's the body's way of healing," she introduced the second song. "When I wrote this part of the song, it felt like I was healing. I just want you to know that if any of you are going through a tough time, or lost, I just want you to be patient and loving, and brave, and treat yourself as if you were your own best friend."


Camila Cabello On Tour

After Vancouver, Cabello will next head to Oakland, California's Fox Theater on Friday, April 13, and then in Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on April 14, Saturday. She will be performing with "Mine" singer Bazzi.

In a conversation with Rap Up, the 20-year-old explained how he ended up becoming the supporting act of the former Fifth Harmony member.

"She did an interview and they asked, 'Who is one of your favorite artists right now? She said me," Bazzi recounted. " Then, her team reached out about touring."

One reason why he took the gig was that he felt a connection with her through her song "Never Be The Same." Bazzi shared that he has always loved the track for the sense of nostalgia it brings for the listener.

He thinks that his music offers the same experience.

"It's nostalgic and makes you feel something. That's not something you can put a finger on," he stated. " I really like 'Never Be the Same,' so I think our sounds would mesh in that sense."

Bazzi too has recently released a new album (his debut!) titled Cosmic.