Camila Cabello teams up with Pitbull and J Balvin for “Hey Ma”

The track will feature on the “Fate of the Furious” soundtrack

Camila Cabello is back in action! The singer has collaborated with Pitbull and J Balvin for the track “Hey Ma”. The track will feature on Fate of the Furious movie soundtrack.

On 10th March, the music video with the Spanish version of the song was released. As reported by Billboard, the English version will debut on the day of album release that is, 14th April.

In the piquant video, Camila can be seen walking on the streets of Cuba, enjoying the colors of the city. Recreating the fun one feels during a fiesta or a carnival, the song fills you up with energy, making you groove on its tune. Incorporating clips from the movie, the video adds to fans’ excitement for the upcoming movie release.

While Pitbull and Balvin have been singing in Spanish for quite a long time, it is the first time that fans will get a chance to see Camila sing in her native language for a music video. Her raspy voice gives a beautiful flavor to the song. It will be worth waiting to hear how the English version will sound like. Check out the music video below:

The Fate of the Furious is the eighth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise. The movie is set to release on 14th April 2017.

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