AceShowbiz - Camila Cabello and Maria Becerra's music video for "Hasta Los Dientes" is finally out. Arriving on Friday, May 13, the visuals sees the two singers heading to space to perform on another planet.
The nearly-four-minute clip begins with an alien voice introducing Camila and Maria as Mars' biggest stars. The former member of Fifth Harmony later pops up onstage inside a spaceship, rocking a white wig and matching bodysuit.
Maria, for her part, kicks off her performance from the top of the stairs before joining Camila onstage. They go on belting out each other's verses in colorful outfits while dancing with a group of background dancers. After wrapping up the gig, the pair earn hunderous applause from the live audience and some TV directors.
Camila previously teased the video's release on Instagram by sharing the song's cover art. Speaking about the visuals with Rolling Stone last week, she shared, "I just saw the last cut of the music video yesterday. It's kind of like space vibes; like a performance on a spaceship."
The ex-girlfriend of Shawn Mendes also gushed about the response to her latest album, "Familia". She raved, "I'm just so grateful that the people that have connected with it deeply and truly, and that feels really special... I saw some fans be like, 'I feel like I know her more now.' That's what it's about. I f**king love that."
Maria is not the only artist to make a guest appearance on the new project, which was dropped on April 8. The 12-track set also features collaboration with Ed Sheeran ("Bam Bam"), Yotuel ("Lola") as well as Willow Smith ("Psychofreak"), the latter in which Camila addresses her split from Fifth Harmony.
When speaking to Reuters, Camila confirmed that the "I don't blame the girls for how it went down, down" line is a reference to Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui. She further explained, "That song is basically about anxiety and all of the different things that have made up like my journey with anxiety and starting off really young in the industry."