Camila Cabello recently released her new album, Familia, and one of the songs on the album is titled Hasta Los Dientes. Here’s what the expression means. The singer’s post-breakup album touches on a variety of topics in her life and career.
Psychofreak, one of the album’s songs, addresses her split from Fifth Harmony, while Bam Bam addresses her split from Shawn Mendes. Hasta Los Dientes, on the other hand, has piqued the interest of fans the most.
The meaning Of “Hasta Los Dientes” Explained
‘Hasta Los Dientes’ is a Spanish phrase that means ‘to the teeth,’ ‘through the teeth,’ or ‘to the hilt.’ The phrase can be used in conjunction with verbs such as ‘to prepare,’ ‘to lie,’ ‘to be armed,’ and ‘to be fed up.’
Here are some examples of how to use the phrase:
- Humanity is armed to the teeth with simple, effective anti-poverty solutions.
- As states’ mutual trust and confidence grow, there will be less need to arm ourselves to the teeth.
- He was, in fact, lying through his teeth.
A Look At Camilla Cabello’s New Song
The lyrics for the track, which features Maria Becerra, are now available on the Grammy winner’s YouTube channel.
The song, produced by Ricky Reed, is track eight on the album and includes lyrics such as: T me gustas como no tienes idea/ Y saber de tu Pasado me knockea/ I can’t stop thinking about you until I fall asleep/ It’s making me sick.
“I like you, like you have no idea/ And knowing about your past knocks me out/ Even asleep, I imagine you with her/ That makes me sick,” the lyrics above translate to.
A Look At Familia’s Tracklist
Here’s the complete Familia tracklist.
- psychopath (Ft. WILLOW)
- Bam Bam’s (Ft. Ed Sheeran)
- The Good Life
- Lyrics to “Boys Don’t Cry”
- To Los Dientes! (Ft. Maria Becerra)
- Lyrics to No Doubt
- Don’t leave yet.
- Lola (Ft. Yotuel)
- everyone at this gathering