After a hiatus of nearly two years, Camila Cabello is back with a brand new earworm, “Don’t Go Yet”, and the promise of a new album.
Just before the Grammy nominee dropped “Don’t Go Yet” and its accompanying music video, she unveiled her third studio album, Familybut did not disclose a release date.
“This album was inspired by two things: family and food,” Cabello tweeted Friday. “Your blood family, but also your chosen family. Who you want to sit at the table with, get drunk and dance in the living room.
The singer explained that Family will show another side of her, following her two previous albums: her self-titled debut album and her 2019 effort Romance.
“For me, these are the times that make me happy to be alive, those times of collective joy, genuine vulnerability and connection with others,” she said in a follow-up. a message to fans. “I hope you enjoy it and I hope it inspires many wine-drunk kitchen dance parties for you and your family.”
“Don’t Go Yet” is a festive and catchy track that celebrates Cabello’s Cuban heritage. The song features a rich array of drums, trumpets and passion, the latter of which speaks to Camila’s impressive voice as she begs her lover to keep her entertained for a while longer.
“Oh, yeah, don’t leave yet, don’t leave yet (X3) / Why do you leave, when my night is yours? / Just a little more, don’t leave yet,” she pleads as the drums beat in tandem with his voice.
The clip is reminiscent of a telenovela, with over-the-top outfits and drama – epitomized by one hilarious scene in particular where Camila slips on the floor and wraps her arms around a guest who is about to leave the party.
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