Finally, in all its cinematic glory, we have the official video for Camila Cabello's hit "Havana." The Young Thug-featuring track's visual accompaniment runs nearly seven minutes in length and doesn't waste a single second.
The "Havana" mini-movie was directed by Dave Meyers (Kendrick Lamar, Katy Perry, SZA) and also features guest appearances from LeJuan James and Lele Pons. Catch it in full up top, then wonder aloud why Camila wasn't featured on Super Slimey.
The collab, currently hanging out at No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100, recently topped 200 million streams on Spotify alone. The track has also bagged platinum distinctions in Sweden, Canada, Australia, and Ireland.
Camila Cabello's debut album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving is expected soon. Previously, Cabello released "Crying in the Club"—co-written with Sia and Justin Bieber collaborator Benny Blanco—as the album's first single. The track was later confirmed as being merely a promo single, and is no longer expected to be featured on the final tracklist. The Quavo-featuring "OMG" was also released as a promo single.
The album will mark Cabello's first full-length release since leaving Fifth Harmony to launch her solo career last December. "A&R would play you the songs you're going to cut that day, and then a vocal producer will tell you what you're going to sing," Cabello told Rolling Stone of her Fifth Harmony days. "It's just not for me."