"Easy" will appear on Cabello's forthcoming sophomore album, "Romance," which will arrive at a yet-unknown date.
Ahead of the album release, the "Havana" singer is keeping her fans on the edge of their seats with the romantic "Easy."
The catchy ballad sees Cabello opening up to her love interest, praising his ability to make their relationship "seem so easy."
"You really, really know me/The future and the old me/All of the mazes and the madness in my mind," she croons over a percussion-filled beat.
Cabello recently shared details about the inspiration behind "Easy" on Instagram, pointing out that it chronicles "the kind of love that makes you love yourself more."
"I think before you open up to someone you always feel scared that once they see all the stuff you don't like about yourself, all the things you're insecure about, that they won't like you anymore -- and when someone sees those things and loves you not only in spite of them, but because of them, it makes you feel truly seen for who you are, and loved for who you are too," she added.
In just over a month, the songstress has released four songs from her upcoming, sophomore album, "Romance."
She surprised fans by simultaneously releasing "Liar" and "Shameless," which were followed a few weeks later by "Cry for Me."
In a statement, Cabello detailed the inspiration behind "Romance," pointing out how central the theme of love was in the creative process.
"These songs are basically the story of my life the past couple years and the stories I've accumulated. I knew for a long time I wanted my album to be called 'Romance' because these stories are about falling in love," she explained.
Ahead of the album release, the former Fifth Harmony member is slated to perform as a musical guest on TV show "Saturday Night Live" on October 12.
In the meantime, discover "Easy":