If anyone thought they had heard the last of new music to come from Camila Cabello before her debut album drops…well, they were totally wrong.

The “Crying In the Club” singer has been teasing fans for days about not one, but two new singles she’s been getting to drop on them. The songs are called, “Havana” featuring Young Thug and “OMG” featuring Quavo. The reason why she wanted to release them at the same time was because she’s currently out on tour with Bruno Mars, and wanted to celebrate. She tweeted out, “i wanted to put 2 summer songs out off my album in honor of me going on the #24kMagicWorldTour this summer…. hope u love them.”

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Fans of course have been eagerly waiting to hear what other kind of tracks the songstress has been cooking up, in anticipation of her debut album The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving dropping soon.

If the reaction to these two songs proves anything, it’s that the world is absolutely ready for this to be the summer of Camila. Fans all over the world have been playing the songs nonstop, and doing what they can to make sure both tracks reach the top of the charts.

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The singer also revealed in a chat with Zane Lowe on Apple’s Beats1 radio, that the inspiration for “OMG” came from taking a break of writing emotional songs with Charli XCX. "We wanted to write something fun, and not taking it seriously. I just wanted to create a song of my own that wasn't, you know, that deep," she dished.

“When we were writing it, we were writing it as this kind of girl squad. Just kind of pulling up to the boys and having that swagger," Camila continued to say about the track.

The tracks have two very different vibes, and it's hard to choose a favorite. Needless to say, both songs are going to be on repeat for the rest of the summer.

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