Rarely does one have the opportunity to collaborate with the great composers and creators of film and television soundtracks. And that is what Camila Cabello has been able to do with Hans Zimmer for the original soundtrack of the documentary Frozen Planet II for which she has created the song Take me back home.
The premiere of this project will not take place until next month, but after the good reception of the news of the new composition of the Cuban soloist, those responsible have released the song to continue promoting and generating expectation around the premiere.
For the composition of this song, Camila Cabello has worked not only with Hans Zimmer but also with composers, arrangers and producers Anze Rozman and Russell Emanuel of Bleeding Fingers Music.
The artist herself has announced that she is excited about the project for being able to combine her passion for the environmental struggle with her music, referring to this as a dream come true that is also accompanied by the legend of Hans Zimmer. Zimmer also weighed in on the matter and said that working on Take Me Back Home with Camila allowed him to discover her talent, one that he said was as powerful as her voice.
Now we will be able to hear Camila Cabello in a documentary series about nature, colder regions of the world, animals and climate threats. Because the song will be part of the trailer for Frozen Planet II, a six-part series that belongs to BBC One, in which the singer’s voice and the composer’s orchestra will be the cornerstones.
A new project in which Camila Cabello embarks, who in recent months has released her latest studio album in addition to confirming that she ‘signs’ Charlie Puth to work with him as a consultant for a popular television talent show. It is clear that the Cuban singer does not stop and is living one of her best professional moments.