The Way You Move

This Choreography Set To Camila Cabello's 'Havana' Definitely Turns Up The Heat

Good thing there was a big fan on the set.

If you loved Camila Cabello's "Havana" music video and were hoping to see more moves inspired by the singer's birthplace, then look no further. Prepare to be completely transported to Cuba by this DanceOn video featuring the signature sultry and dynamic "Pumpfidence" choreography of Brinn Nicole.

"Pumpfidence" combines the words "pump" and "confidence" and seems to be a dance style Nicole created to teach women how to be their more confident selves with choreography they just so happen to be doing in high heels. You can be strong, feminine, and fierce all at the same time. To see a couple inspirational females embody this, look no further than this video.

The clip shows four different sets of ladies — three sets of three and one solo performance — grooving to Cabello's hit song featuring Young Thug. You can feel the emotion through the facial expressions — and how they're into the lyrics — the women make in addition to the movements the rest of their body is making along to the beat. The sexiness is there, for sure, but passion and energy are oozing out of their pores as well.

Now we just need to get these dancers backing Cabello — who is great at singing acoustic versions songs by other artists as she is at singing her own, like with "Crying in the Club" — during an actual performance and all will be right with the world.

Check out Brinn Nicole’s choreography to "Havana" in action here:

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