Camila Cabello’s solo career continues to be one of modern pop’s most worthwhile musical journeys. Where 2019’s Romance stepped back from the Caribbean vibes of her smash hit “Havana,” Familia shifts decidedly closer to her Cuban American roots and culture. Indeed, the first time we hear her voice here is on the subversively playful “Celia,” sung entirely in Spanish. Far from some staid Latin crossover, the rest of the project jumps between languages and genres as she sees fit, earnest and revealing on “psychofreak” with WILLOW and just crazy in love on “Hasta Los Dientes” with Maria Becerra in her corner. She goes back and forth with Ed Sheeran over the salsa sway of “Bam Bam” and revels in the expansive rhythms of “Don’t Go Yet” on her own.