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Camila Cabello Releases Stylish Music Video For Hit Single, 'My Oh My'

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By Imani Ford

It's only been a few days and her music video is already at 6 million views. Cabello is no newbie when it comes to having a hit song. As many of her fans know, she got on start in the girl group Fifth Harmony before she went solo in 2016. Since then, she has released two solo studio albums and collaborated with amazing artists. Some of her most popular collaborations were with Shawn Mendes and Machine Gun Kelly.

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Solo Success

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On her debut self-titled album, Cabello had huge success with her singles 'Crying In The Club' and 'I Have Questions'. Her most notable hit from the album was 'Havana' which featured Young Thug. Her second studio album titled 'Romance' was released in December of 2019. 'Senorita' was her first single from 'Romance.' It had amazing success. As of February 2020, the music video has 921 million views. The song is considered a collaboration with Shawn Mendes because it appears on his album as well.

'My Oh My'

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'My Oh My' was the 6th single to be pushed from 'Romance.' The track features the rapper DaBaby and in his verse, he doesn't disappoint. 'My Oh My ' was released on the radio on January 6th, 2020. Before the music video, the song was already a commercial success. On February 12th, the music video officially dropped. It reached the top 20 in Canada, Greece and New Zealand just to name a few countries. Camila's music videos have always told a story and 'My Oh My' is no exception.

It's Like Watching A Movie

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The plot of her new music video is simple. Cabello stars as an actress during the black and white movie era. Role after role, she continues to play the damsel in distress. She tries to talk to producers about it, but they don't take her opinions seriously. When she goes out for a drink, she meets DaBaby and he asks her if she wants to go to a party with him. At the party, Cabello decides to let her frustrations out on a picture hanging on the wall. She takes a sword and slashes up the painting. DaBaby likes what he sees.

Unique Style Choices

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In the music video, DaBaby is an up and coming director. In the end, she decides to team up with him. She finally gets to play a role she's always wanted to play. What makes this music video so unique is the style choices. The whole video is black and white. Intertitles were used just like they were in the '20s. The special effects are just as good. When she gets upset at the producers for putting her in a box, her frustration is shown as an explosion over her head. Overall I think this is one of Cabello's best music videos. I think that everyone can enjoy it.

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