Camila Cabello‘s third full-length album “Familia” was released via Epic Records on April 8, 2022. She set the stage for the album with “Bam Bam” featuring Ed Sheeran, which has already amassed over 100 million total streams and 33.4 million YouTube views on the music video.
Cabello delivered a show-stopping performance of the single on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” and teamed up with Sheeran for their first live rendition of “Bam Bam” together at ITV’s “Concert For Ukraine”.
Arriving in tandem with “Familia”, “Bam Bam” and “PsychoFreak” are custom playable songs in the world’s fastest growing new mobile music game “Beatstar”. This exclusive partnership heralds the arrival of the album with the game’s music-obsessed community of 24 million strong. 2 million players have already saved “Bam Bam” to their collections, generating 7.82-plus million plays.
Through and through, “Familia” stands out as her most personal, passionate and powerful body of work yet. Here is the complete list of songs included in the album:
- “Psychofreak” featuring Willow
- “Bam Bam” featuring Ed Sheeran
- “La Buena Vida“
- “Boys Don’t Cry“
- “Hasta Los Dientes” featuring María Becerra
- “No Doubt“
- “Don’t Go Yet“
- “Lola” featuring Yotuel
- “Everyone At This Party“
On April 7, 2022, Cabello headlined the “Familia: Welcome to the Family” concert on her TikTok channel. It trended across the platform and included her first-ever performances of music from the record and drew millions into its immersive experience with a virtual world for each song highlighted by jaw-dropping choreography, larger than life set design and gorgeous costumes.
Cheche Alara served as the music producer, music director and composer of original score for the production of the concert. Charlotte Rutherford served as the creative director.
To celebrate the arrival of “Familia”, the music video for “Psychofrea” made its global broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU and across MTV’s global network of channels as well as on the Paramount Times Square billboards. The visual pops off as a cinematic event in its own right and opens up the world of the album.