Camila Cabello’s first solo music video is officially here.
Camila Cabello fans have been eagerly waiting for the Cuban/Mexican-American singer to drop her first solo single after she spent days teasing her fans with short videos on Twitter. Her song “Crying In The Club” is as emotional as the title would lead you to believe, which is not a surprised since the album title is “The Hurt, The Healing, The Loving.” Cabello posted an explanation of her upcoming album on Instagram and talked about the emotional process she went through in writing her album.
“‘The Hurting The Healing The Loving’ is the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when I was lost to a time when I found myself again,” reads Cabello’s Instagram post. “The story behind the album starts with the second song that you’ll hear called ‘I Have Questions’ which I started writing in a hotel bathroom on tour a little over a year ago. I was completely broken during that time, I was in the kind of pain that’s uncomfortable to talk about, and it was the kind of chapter you never want to read out loud.”
But the music video gives people more than just the first single from the album, it gives you a preview for “I Have Questions.” Fans could not contain their excitement about the new music video and they took to Twitter to shower Cabello in all kinds of praise.
Camila Cabello is clearly very proud of her first solo project.
Her Twitter bestie Ariana Grande was all about it.
And Camilizers are as proud of her single as a Latino parent at a graduation.
Legit, people around the globe are screaming their excitement about “Crying In The Club” all over Twitter.
Some of her fans think it is the best music video they have ever seen.
And it is triggering some very emotional responses.
“#CryingInTheClubMusicVideo Me watching the video,” wrote @ElTacoChido.
Of course, there were some haters because it is the Internet after all and everyone has their opinion.
But most people on social media talking about the single are like this:
Tears are literally flowing.
People have started to create their very own “Crying In The Club” playlists.
Although, tbh, that is what that little repeat button is for.