“Havana, ooh na-na; Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh-na-na (ay, ay)
He took me back to East Atlanta, na-na-na
All of my heart is in Havana (ay)
There’s somethin’ ’bout his manners (uh huh)
Havana, ooh na-na (uh)”
Camila Cabello shared her long awaited cinematic music video video for her song Havana.
After a funny telenovela-inspired dream sequence, the visual plays out like a mini-movie featuring multiple appearances by Cabello as well as Latin stars Lele Pons and LeJuan James.
As the song plays, the former Fifth Harmony singer goes from watching the action play out in a movie theater to hitting a stage in Havana joined by rapper Young Thug, who is featured on the track. The song will be on the Miami native’s upcoming solo debut, The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving. No release date yet.
The clip ends with a political message. A card reads “This is dedicated to the dreamers,” likely a reference to immigrants protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Last September, the Cuba born, Miami raised recording artist penned an essay about her journey as an immigrant to the U.S. for PopSugar.com.
Comments on YouTube have been mostly positive for the solo star’s breakout performance:
“This girl slayin’ hard!”
“If the replay button could break mine would for this song.”