Cuban singer-songwriter Camila Cabello premiered her new song “Señorita” on Friday, her second collaboration with pop artist Sean Mendes, with a bold video in which she breaks with the image of a good girl she had cultivated so far and turned them into trends worldwide on the internet.
In the video, Cabello becomes a waitress serving a Mendes fresh from a motorcycle and wearing a leather jacket over a white shirt, in the style of James Dean.
But the one that carries the most sensual load of the production is the exintegrante of the feminine band Fifth Harmony, that, to its 23 years, seems decided to that they see it like an adult woman.
The images of her thinking about him in her room, as well as the tight dances and the revealing dresses of Cabello create the atmosphere of warmth, which is accentuated by yellow and orange filters.
The video of “Señorita”, directed by Dave Meyers, has been described as “hot” (hot) in the majority of US music and entertainment publications and fans of the couple, which in 2015 joined in the success “I Know What You Did Last Summer” has already been approved in numbers.
In the first 12 hours since it was posted on YouTube, “Señorita” had amassed more than 10 million views, making it the second most watched video of the day on the streaming platform. In addition, it was already in first place in the list of songs most listened to in Spotify.
This collaboration is the second most searched topic in the United States in the Google search engine this Friday and it was a worldwide trend in Twitter in the hours after it premiered last midnight.
Neither of the two artists explained if “Señorita” will be part of an album, although Cabello, specifically, has said she is working on her second album.
Meanwhile, Mendes, 20, is in the midst of a world tour, the Cuban singer based in Miami, has also announced an upcoming collaboration with Cardi B. and Ed Sheeran.
The goal of the singer of “Havana” is that this pop ballad with accelerated rhythm, in which the Spanish is left alone in the word that gives the song its title, becomes the “song of the summer”.