Looks like Syco/Epic star Camila Cabello won’t be suffering any consequences for her choice of “Consequences” as the next single from her self-titled album. Ahead of its run at radio, the song was issued in a new Orchestra version on Tuesday, which was followed that night by a well-received performance on the American Music Awards. On iTunes, the updated version is at #38 on the U.S. survey as of Wednesday afternoon, with a solid bounce following the ceremony, as it ranks on the all-genre list in 54 countries globally. The debut of its music video earlier in the day should also add to the song’s longevity on the sales charts: at YouTube, the clip is now over 2.1 million views in 18 hours, with audio-only uploads of the Orchestra and album versions flying north of 1.1 and 9.3 million views, respectively. On Spotify, the new version has roughly 235,000 plays thus far with limited playlist support, though the original version of “Consequences” topped the 40 million mark recently, making it the sixth song from Camila to top that threshold. At Shazam, the album version of the hit remains active with close to 37,000 tags, though we’ll have to watch and see how the newest version reacts. Still, Cabello has orchestrated quite a solo era.
(Images courtesy of Syco and Epic Records and YouTube / Camila Cabello)
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