Camila Cabello kicked off this year’s Billboard Women in Music award show with a performance of her chart-topping single “Havana.” The former Fifth Harmony member took the stage for a simplistic live rendition of the song, backed only by a trio of instrumentalists.
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Camila Cabello’s song “Havana” is a certifiable hit. The Latin GRAMMY nominee may have been shafted in the 2018 Grammy Nominations, but her song with Young Thug has reached number one on pop radio and the worldwide and U.S. iTunes charts thanks in part to a second Spanish-language version.
Camila celebrated the song by revealing just how unlikely its success was. In a couple of tweets, she revealed how the song almost didn’t get released as a single. In another, Camila might wish the song was never released at all after hearing President Donald Trump sing it.
Camila Cabello believes fans will get a better sense of who she is with her recently finished album, and the former lead singer of Fifth Harmony is doing all she can to keep the spotlight on her. Camila covers the latest issue of tmrw Magazine. Inside, she speaks at length about how she’s avoided becoming a celebrity cliché, using her star power to speak out on social issues and how it feels to be a role model. She also offered up an explanation about why she despises social media so much.
BTS officially made its American television debut with a big performance of “DNA” at the 2017 American Music Awards. The boy band has been leading a massive K-Pop invasion and the members are in awe of the success they deem miraculous.
Camila Cabello is apparently ready to embrace the Latin music world. After tapping Atlanta rapper Young Thug for a verse on the album version, Camila has a bonafide Latin superstar on her Spanish-language remix of “Havana.” Camila and the man who gave Justin Bieber a chance in the Southern hemisphere teamed up to give Camila’s love song for Cuba a linguistic twist.
Camila Cabello has all the time in the world to goof off with her friends now that her debut album is done. Oh wait, it’s not. Instead of finishing the album, the former Fifth Harmony member is perfectly content riding out the success of “Havana” as long as she can with another music video and it’s a complete 180 from her overdramatic, overproduced short film.