Camila Cabello performed her new single Havana on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday night.
The former Fifth Harmony singer released the track as the follow-up to Crying in the Club, which peaked at number 12 here in the UK. Havana has out-performed that single and is currently sitting at number 7.
For her live performance Cabello wore a red jumpsuit and was backed by two dancers and a trumpet player.
Talking to Jimmy Fallon about the success of Havana, Cabello credited it to her grandmother, “This song was really special to play for her, because I have such a big part of her culture and to integrate it with the current things that I listen to was really cool. My grandma has a really visceral way of listening to music. She’s a Cuban lady, she feels it with her whole body and I played her ‘Havana’, and there’s a bit where the beat drops and she was like ‘Ay! Adios!’…she streams the song all the time. I just look at her laptop and the song is on constant play, to the point where we’ll have conversations and I’ll hear ‘Havana, ooh na na’ super quietly.”
Havana is taken from Cabello’s forthcoming debut solo album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.