With her new, forthcoming video, Camila Cabello's promising that you'll never be the same.

The erstwhile Fifth Harmony member, who's riding high on the huge success of her debut solo album Camila, announced late Monday night (March 5) that the video for her second single, "Never Be The Same," will drop Thursday. The video follows the massive impact of "Havana," which has racked up more than a half-billion views on YouTube in only four months.

"#NeverBeTheSameVideoThursday" Cabello tweeted, and followers went wild with news of her coming work.

"I just let out the biggest sigh ever I've been waiting for this music video my whole entire life," one wrote, while another noted "ON THURSDAY I WILL DIE."

Cabello told Zane Lowe during a Beats 1 Apple Music interview in January that "Never Be The Same" is her favorite song on the album, and that she even eventually hopes to fashion it into a country duet with Sam Hunt. She added that she's excited for the follow-ups to "Havana" to take listeners in a new direction.

"I never want to do what people expect me to do," she said. "I feel like it's uninteresting if I just came out with 'Havana' part two and part three and my album was just a bunch of different versions of 'Havana.'"

"Never Be the Same" was officially released to radio on January 9 and has peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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