Camila Cabello and Pharell Williams have again teamed up and released their new collaboration, the salsa-influenced bilingual track "Sangria Wine."
The 21-year-old singer-songwriter debuted the track in April to kick off her first solo North American tour to promote her eponymous new album. She also performed another track "Scar Tissue" as part of the "Never Be The Same" series of live concerts.
Camila Cabello's 'Sangria Wine'
Cabello, who was born in Eastern Havana in Cuba, sings in both Spanish and English in the new track.span
"Yo se, yo se, yo se, yo se que tu quieres mis cuerpo, eh," the former member of Fifth Harmony sings in the pre-chorus. "Y quieres controlar mi mente, eh/Y todo el mundo quiere ser dueño de ella/ Pero nadie puede, ay!"
The song is basically about a woman (Cabello) who, like Sangria Wine, simply cannot be tamed.
Meanwhile, Williams repeatedly invites the pop star to "do the Sangria wine."
This is not the first time that the young singer has collaborated with Williams. Rolling Stones reports that the two also worked together on "Havana," Cabello's track that topped the Billboard Hot 100 in January.
"Sangria Wine" was released ahead of Cabello's appearance at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 20. She is expected to perform the track live with Williams at the event.
Cabello is also nominated in four categories including Female Artist and New Artist.
Camila Cabello Opens Up About Her OCD
Earlier this month, the former The X Factor contestant went candid and discussed her experience living with obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD, a mental health issue that traps a person in a continuous cycle of obsessive compulsion.
For her Cosmopolitan, Cabello how it has affected her life and how she was able to battle the disorder.
"I laugh about it now. Everybody has different ways of handling stress and, for me, if I get really stressed thinking about something, I'll start to have the same thought over and over again," she explained, "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."
She also shared that she was able to control her OCD when she finally learned that she had it.
"[learned] how to step back from it, it made me feel so much better," the young artist said. "I feel so much more in control of it now."
Cabello is currently on the road as part of Taylor Swift's reputation North America stadium tour.
Stream "Sangria Wine" below.