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The 23-year-old Canadian singer Shawn Mendes dropped his new single titled “It’ll Be Okay” two weeks after Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello ended their two-year relationship. Never say that Shawn Mendes never puts his heart into his music because he certainly channelled his heartbreak into his new song. With the breakup still fresh in everyone’s minds, fans couldn’t help but see how “It’ll Be Okay” was born out of Shawn’s split, featuring lyrics about the “hurt” that comes with a relationship not making it. He addresses the apprehension that follows the end of a relationship on the new track. “Are we gonna make it?” he wonders to open the song. “If you tell me you’re leaving, I’ll make it easy/It’ll be okay,” he sings on the chorus. “If we can’t stop the bleeding/We don’t have to fix it, we don’t have to stay/I will love you either way.” “It’ll Be Okay” is the singer’s first new solo music since his fourth studio album, "Wonder," which arrived last December and promptly debuted at Number One on Rolling Stone‘s Top 200 Albums chart. In August, the singer dropped the LP single’s video for the Tainy-assisted “Summer of Love.” The pair performed the song at the VMAs in September. Mendes will hit the road next year for his Wonder: the World Tour. The arena trek kicks off in March in Europe before heading stateside in summer 2022.