Listen: Pharrell Williams and Camila Cabello Release Summer Anthem ‘Sangria Wine’

The nearly three-and-a-half-minute song features the Cuban songstress and the ‘Happy’ hitmaker trading sultry lyrics to each other.

Camila Cabello is attempting to dominate summer once again with her new single. Joining forces with Pharrell Williams, the Cuban songstress premiered “Sangria Wine” on Thursday night, May 17. The pair have previously worked together on Camila’s hit single “Havana”.

The nearly three-and-a-half-minute song features the former Fifth Harmony member paying homage to her roots with Spanish lyrics. The “Happy” hitmaker, meanwhile, lends his voice for the chorus, trading sultry lyrics with Camila.

“Honey said she want somebody break her off proper/ Man, she so relentless so nothing can stop her/ Never left the city, but she swear she’s a yardie,” they sing. “It’s ’cause it’s so awesome how she move her body/ She do the sangria wine, sangria wine.”

Camila and Pharrell first performed the song during the first stop of her “Never Be the Same” tour in Vancouver on April 9. Even though the musicians recorded the summer anthem last year, they decided to postpone the release as they felt that the song “is like a summer song.” It has been hinted that the pair will perform the song at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, where Camila is nominated for Best Collaboration for “Havana”.

Besides releasing singles, Camila recently opened up about her battle with OCD. In an interview with Cosmopolitan the singer called the disorder “weird.” She added, “Everybody has different ways of handling stress. And, for me, if I get really stressed about something, I’ll start to have the same thought over and over again, and no matter how many times I get to the resolution, I feel like something bad is about to happen if I don’t keep thinking about it.”

“I feel so much more in control of it now. To the point where I’m just like, ‘Aha! OK, this is just my OCD,’ ” she continued. “I’ll ask my mom a question for the fourth time and she’ll be like, ‘That’s OCD. You’ve got to let it go.’ ”

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