Camila Cabello has branched out from Fifth Harmony before, having recorded her own cover videos and duetted with Shawn Mendes. Recently, however, she joined an entirely new group for a creative collab with a major musical twist.
Cabello and producer Benny Blanco teamed up with OMG Everywhere -- a nonprofit that hosts free arts workshops -- to create an original song with six New York City kids. The catch, however, was that they couldn’t use any instruments at all. In a new video that shows how the song came together, we see the group getting crafty, making sounds from a box of tissues, a cup and straw, a pillow, silverware, dishes, a vacuum cleaner, and more makeshift instruments.
The result, “Power in Me,” is a gorgeous, uplifting song where everyone in the group gets their moment to shine, including Cabello, who sings, “I got a power in me / Stronger than electricity / I got a dream in me / That I’m gonna achieve.”
On Monday, Cabello shared a group pic from the recording session and later called it the “best day ever.”