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Camila Cabello Dropped New Music Video and We’re Saying ‘My, Oh, My’

Camila Cabello Dropped New Music Video and We’re Saying ‘My, Oh, My’

Camila Cabello’s latest single, ‘My, Oh, My’ has been streamed over 220 million times and has sold over 600,000 units so far, making her one of the fiercest competitors in the pop industry. DaBaby also lends his vocals to the track to add in a spicy little rap sequence that has us practicing our rap skills in front of the mirror. The song is off of Camila’s latest album Romance, which, in case you haven’t been streaming it incessantly as we have, can be streamed on all musical platforms.

Image Source: Screenshot from ‘My, Oh, My’ music video directed by Dave Myers

Now, about the music video, we are living for the video’s concept. In the video, Camila takes us back in time, where she becomes the star of multiple retro black and white films that play out right before our eyes, but her character is expected to always play the damsel in distress in every one of these movies, and she has had enough. She wants to take charge and be the hero for once, and that is exactly what she does! Check it out below, and allow your wig to be snatched along with ours!

We are mind-blown over it and have never been prouder to stan a fierce, heroic queen!

There you have it, a fierce performance! Let us know your thoughts on Camila Cabello’s new video in the comments below or tweet us @TheHoneyPop!

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Featured Image Source: Screenshot from ‘My, Oh, My’ music video directed by Dave Myers

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