13 January, 2018
"People kept saying to us that this song was never gonna work at radio because they didn't think people would "get it" and today "Havana" is 1 at pop radio, thanks to my unbelievable fan army and my lovely friends at radio for believing and supporting", Cabello tweeted in November.
Camila Cabello has "butterflies in her stomach" over the release of her debut solo album.
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With wailing horns and Cabello's sultry delivery, the Pharrell-produced Havana is unlike anything else in the mainstream Top 40 right now: a slinky, dance-floor-ready ode to the Cuban city in which she was born that further demonstrates the desire for more Latin representation in pop after the runaway successes of Despacito and Mi Gente past year. I have never met her. Your records make me smile.' I just love that attitude, there's a vibrance here that makes me feel good.
Cabello left Fifth Harmony in December 2016. "I have to make space for the good stuff to happen in my life".
If the younger members of your family have started taking an unusually precocious interest in Cuban immigration and visa policy, there's a reason for that: Camila Cabello's "Havana" became the fluke hit of late 2017 and is looking to continue its run well into the año nuevo.
"I'd just say congratulations". It'd be interesting to hear that version of an album that's clearly been through a lot of tinkering and sequencing, especially if some of what got chucked was more autobiographical about her recent career turns. "But I just wasn't expecting for them to be there and I just got kind of weird, I was like, 'Why are you so weird, stop being weird'".