Camila Cabello’s Drops New Songs Featuring Quavo And Young Thug And They Will Get Your Body Moving
Camila Cabello has been collaborating with musicians left and right since she broke from Fifth Harmony. She’s been on tracks with Machine Gun Kelly, Major Lazer, DJ Cashmere Cat, Pitbull, and J Balvin. During that time, Cabello was recording her own music and we’ve slowly been fed her tracks bit by bit. First came “Crying In The Club” followed by “I Have Questions” which both set fans on fire with excitement. Now, we have two new songs from the Cuban-Mexican-American pop star, “OMG” and “Havana.” The two singles will be included in her upcoming solo album, “The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.”
“Havana” feat. Young Thug is a sultry, Caribbean track that will transport you to an island paradise with your love.
With lyrics like, “I knew it when I met him / I loved him when I left him / Got me feelin’ like / Oooh-oooh-ooh” “Havana” is the perfect song for that brief summer romance.
“OMG” feat. Quavo is all about being flirty and fun with a little bit of a trap in the background.
It’s hard not to get hyped on this song when Cabello sets it up with “Baby, I don’t play / From Miami, causin’ trouble in LA / Rowdy, Tennessee / If I don’t send for you, best not come for me.”
Cabello dropped both of her new tracks on iTunes on the same day and they started to climb the charts right away.
— camila (@Camila_Cabello) August 3, 2017
There is no set date for the release of Cabello’s first solo album “The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.,” but fans can expect it some time next month, according to Rolling Stone.
Fans are so excited about the new songs and are professing just how proud they are of the pop star.
— eve (@pupmila) August 4, 2017
And, for some, her new music is a religious experience.
— was laurensfernet (@camilizerboluda) August 4, 2017
Seems like Cabello knows what the fans want and is prepared to deliver.
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