Camilo and Camila Cabello have teamed up once again. The two musicians, who released a joint single called "Ambulancia" last year, linked up for the second time for a music video for their collaboration.
Dropped on Tuesday, January 24, the visuals sees the duo singing about their love on a bed in front of a green screen. The clip, which is helmed by Camilo's wife, Evaluna Montaner, features various visual effects and changing backdrops.
"I had turned off my heart/ But when I saw you, it was put on fire on its own," the former Fifth Harmony member sings in her verse. "The fire won't turn off/ Even if the desert turns into the sea."
Speaking of working with Camila, Camilo said in a statement, "Camila is a great friend and someone who I admire, so writing 'Ambulancia' and performing it live together for the first time at my show was very special to me." He added, "Evaluna shot the music video on top of a real ambulance, and I’m so proud of how it came together - it's one of my favorite music videos we've ever done."
This was not the first time the Colombian-born artist praised the "Havana" hitmaker. When welcoming her onstage during his tour stop at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater in November, he gushed, "I love her as a songwriter, as a singer... She's been with me as an artist and as a person. I can't believe I have a song with her. She's a great human."
On how he recruited Camila for the track, the "Manos de Tijera" crooner told Rolling Stone, "When I started the first line of the song with my guitar, I was like, 'Absolutely, this is a song that I have to do with Camila.' " He went on to recall, "I sent it to her through a voicemail."
"I was like, 'Girl, I have this, and I think you're going to love it. Please listen to it and let me know honestly if you like it or not. Let me know if you see yourself here or not. And she was like, 'Bro, I love it!' " the 28-year-old further recounted. "When she sent her acapellas, her voice, and the parts that she wrote, it was mind-blowing for me. It's one of my favorites and it's a very special one."