J Balvin, Camila Cabello And Pitbull Just Released A Preview Of The Song For F8 And You’ll Be Singing It All Day

Despite the online hate that Camila Cabello received for leaving Fifth Harmony, her latest Instagram post clearly shows that her former life as a member of a girl group is a thing of the past.

The Cuban-American singer posted a sneak peek of her new collaboration with Pitbull and J Balvin on Instagram and it’s lit! The song is titled “Hey Ma” and it’ll be featured in the latest installation of “The Fast and the Furious,” which hits theaters on April 14.


The Cuban setting. The cars. THIS SONG. And Camila looks gorgeous. I mean just give us the music video already!

For the past few days, Cabello has been dropping mad clues about this incredible new single.

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We should have guessed these three were up to something, especially with that “vroom vroom” caption.

Now it makes sense why Cabello recently visited Cuba!

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The trio were in town filming the video for “Hey Ma.”

While we’re not sure when this video will drop, we did find some more clips. Check it out!


So much sexiness, right?

Here’s Cabello shaking it off!


Damn! We can’t wait to see the finished product by this trio. 
In a new interview with Billboard, Cabello said that her solo career isn’t about feuds or disrespect to her former bandmates of four years, but simply about her.



“I’m most looking forward to just finding more about myself as a person,” Cabello told Billboard. “In creating these songs I’ve really had to dig deep into what I want to talk about and what I want to say. And not just how I’m feeling but what do I want to tell the world about myself. Like who am I? My culture, my heritage. I just want to make music that I would want to listen to.”

You can’t hate on anyone for wanting to get what’s theirs.

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Work it girl!


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