Camila Cabello is bringing Havana heat to the Northeast…
The 20-year-old Cuban and Mexican singer and former Fifth Harmony member has been taking her smash single “Havana” — currently at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and a No. 1 hit in the U.K. — all over the world, and in the latest episode of her tour documentary, she brought the hit to Pittsburgh.
Cabello shared the video earlier this week, in which she’s opening for Bruno Mars at the Pittsburgh stop of his 24K Magic World Tour.
“When you go out and perform live, you feel a difference in every song,” Cabello says in the clip. “I get to see every night, from people that are my fans and people that don’t know me, what songs they react to the most.”
In the video, Cabello dances to “Havana” on stage and fans dancing along in the audience. Later, fans get a glimpse of Cabello’s off-stage tour life, walking backstage with two friends and joining in a rousing game of Connect Four on her bus.
“You know when you flash back to a year ago, this same day, like, what kind of person I was,” Cabello reflects, “it just feels like everything is different — but in a good way.”
Over the weekend, Cabello won her first MTV EMA award as a solo artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards.