Camila Cabello is on a roll with her latest single ‘Havana’. Since its release as part of a ‘Summer double feature’, the track has been made an official single, smashed through the 200 million streams barrier on Spotify and has rocketed up charts across the world.
We’ve been treated to electrifying live performances of ‘Havana’, in addition to a breathtaking acoustic version, however, the only thing missing is an official music video. Good things come to those who wait, as the ‘Havana’ visual is almost here and it’s not just a music video – it’s a movie experience!
Camila surprised fans by sharing a trailer for #HAVANAtheMOVIE, confirming that the visual we’ve all been waiting for is due to drop tomorrow (October 24).
The trailer opens with a warning, in true cinema style. “The following preview has been approved for all nerds, hopeless romantics, drama queens, independent ladies, and tense grandmas”, with the rating IFH: It’s Finally Here. From this alone, we already know this is going to be something pretty damn amazing.
We then see a girl head into the movie theatre to watch ‘Havana’. The girl turns out to be a spectacled Camila with enough popcorn to keep her entertained for the movie experience.
As the credits roll, we discover that Camila is the leading lady alongside Young Thug. The visual will also star internet sensation Lele Pons, Hispanic social media influencer LeJuan James and The Fosters actor Noah Centineo. Directed by Dave Myers, it certainly looks like we’re in for a treat and we couldn’t be more excited!
Check out the official trailer for ‘Havana’ below.
Just yesterday, Camila performed ‘Havana’ at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards in London. She also sang her debut single ‘Crying in the Club’ and brought out surprise guest James Arthur for a stunning performance of his hit single ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’.
Following her performance and the release of the ‘Havana’ music video, we’re certain that it’s the final push that Camila needs to claim the official UK number one single, after sitting at number two for the past fortnight.