The W’s just keep getting handed to Camila Cabello.
Since breaking away from pop quintet Fifth Harmony, the 21-year-old hitmaker not only saw her eponymous debut album top the charts upon its release, but also be certified Gold within its first 7 days of availability. As if that’s not enough, the project’s two official singles – ‘Havana’ and ‘Never Be the Same’ – gifted the songstress two respective visits to the Billboard Hot 100’s top 10.
Now, it seems the former is the gift that keeps on giving.
Having crossed the 5x platinum threshold in the U.S. alone, the Young Thug-assisted chart-topper has now entered history books as Spotify’s most streamed song by a female lead artist in its history:
With over 888 million streams on Spotify (to date) to its credit, the song has ousted Sia‘s ‘Cheap Thrills’ as Spotify’s most streamed song by a female artist. [source]