This Music Video For ‘Fast And Furious 8’ Will Make You Want To Pack Your Bags And Visit Cuba

This music video is a perfect compliment to the latest ‘Fast and Furious’ movie.

The latest single from “Fate of the Furious” soundtrack finally has a music video attached to it and it is everything you’d expect it to be. Like the movie, the video for “Hey Ma” performed by Pitbull, J Balvin, and Camila Cabello was shot in Cuba. The trio spent their time in the video enjoying life on the Caribbean island complete with dancing in the streets, playing dominoes and smoking cigars in the island breeze. The trio danced alongside vintage cars and walked the streets with antique architecture surrounding them. For Cabello, being in Cuba to shoot the music video had a special appeal since it is her birthplace. The Cubana singer danced and sang on the streets of Cuba and seemed to have enjoyed her time both on the island and with two music powerhouses.

“Working with Pitbull and J Balvin was a huge honor,” Camila Cabello told PopCrush. “I’m so excited to be a part of this incredible franchise, especially with it being filmed in my original home of Cuba.”

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Watch The Dominican Republic's Baseball Squad Explain Why They Have So Much Fun Together


Watch The Dominican Republic’s Baseball Squad Explain Why They Have So Much Fun Together

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“We’ve done this since we were kids.”

The World Baseball Classic, an international tournament that brings together talented peloteros from countries such as Puerto Rico, Italy, Mexico and Japan, kicked off earlier this week. In a video released on The Player’s Tribune, the Dominican Republic’s baseball squad revealed they have a secret weapon to help them win games, and hopefully, the championship. No, it’s not any of the many MLB stars on its roster, which includes Adrian Beltre, Jose Bautista and Hanley Ramirez. It’s a lucky plantain. Why? The plantain, a staple of Dominican cuisine, is a symbol that reminds them of their upbringing and who they’re representing at the WBC.

In the video, New York Yankees pitcher Dellin Betances explains his team is rallying around a platano thanks to fellow pitcher Fernando Rodney, who first pulled the plantain out at the 2013 WBC.

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Somehow, Rodney kept a straight face the whole time.

At this year’s WBC, in the DR team’s first game, Rodney pulled out a bigger plantain and drove the crowd wild.

It looks like it’s spray-painted gold, too. Nice.

The Player’s Tribune also created a gallery featuring photos from the Dominican team’s workouts. Check them out here.

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