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Camila Cabello’s love song to Havana is number one on the Weekly Top 20 charts for the second week. While newcomers such as LAUV and the Revivalists debut somewhere on the charts. Here are some interesting fun facts about their songs to get you through the week.
Either Way by Snakehips ft. Anne-Marie
- Either Way is a song by British electronic music duo Snakehips and British singer-songwriter Anne-Marie. It features some verses from American rapper Joey Badass. The song was written by multiple people including Julia Michaels and the songwriting team Pop & Oak. This song was released back in July.
Wish I Knew by The Revivalists
- Wish I Knew You is The Revivalists‘ breakout single. The song peaked at number one on the adult alternative chart and has since crossed over to mainstream music charts. David Shaw, the vocalist of the band said he’d “rather keep the meaning of the song open and free for people to interpret of their own”.
- This song, released February of last year, only gained wide recognition when it was used in a commercial for Blue Moon, a brewing company.
I Like Me Better by LAUV
- I Like Me Better is an uptempo chill track by the up-and-coming American musician named Lauv. The song was inspired by the 23-year old musician’s romantic relationship which started two months after he had first moved to New York City to further his studies.
- Lauv gained recognition in the music industry as the co-writer and co-producer of The Cheat Codes and Demi Lovato's current single No Promises.
Havana by Camila Cabello
- Here, Camila Cabello pays tribute to the capital of her home country, Cuba. The pop star moved back and forth between Havana and Mexico City as a child before settling in the U.S.She sings about her Cuban heritage and also muses about a former flame she left back in her native land.
- Camila Cabello recruited for the video Latin stars Lele Pons and LeJuan James who play respectively her bickering older sister and fast talking abuelita. The clip was directed by Dave Meyers. whose other credits include Missy Elliott's "Work It," Janet Jackson's "All For You" and Kendrick Lamar's "HUMBLE."