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Sabrina Carpenter started out as a young Disney star and has now forged her own emotional path.

Singer-songwriter and actress originally from Pennsylvania, United States Sabrina Carpenter made her television debut in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2011. It wasn’t until 2014 that he got his first leading role in a Disney series girl meets worldSpin-off of the popular nineties series boy meets worldWhere she will play the role of Maya Hart, the rebellious and lost best friend of the protagonist.

In parallel with her acting career at Disney, Carpenter launched her music career in 2015 with her debut single titled “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying”. In return, he will lend his voice for the main track of girl meets world Title “Take on the World” and for the soundtrack to the film how to build a better boy with “Stand Out”. In the same year he released his first album, Eyes open, A youthful collection of songs that blends elements of pop and folk, dealing with themes such as love and the importance of enjoying life.

The following year, the single would give way to their second studio album titled “On Purpose”. Evolution, showed A slightly more mature side and a departure from the folk sounds present on their debut, Carpenter leaned more towards pop but added alternative and electronic elements. The following years would see him collaborating with other artists, touring Europe with his music and publishing more singles, and preparing for his most ambitious project yet: remarkable,

Published in two parts (or “acts”) in 2018 and 2019, remarkable Its name is due to the fact that the singer believes that all the songs that make up it are personal. ,I wanted this body of work to really represent this time in my life, and have each song stand alone., There are many themes of empowerment and confidence. When you listen to it, I don’t want you to have to question how good you feel in that moment,” he told Billboard.

following the pandemic and with a brief stint on Broadway—where she played Cady Heron in the musical mean Girls-, a 2021 carpenter Signed to Island Records and released the single “Skin”, which fans determined was a response to Olivia Rodrigo’s debut single, “Driver’s License”., From there she found herself in a love triangle with Rodrigo and musical actor Joshua Bassett. Months later they performed “Skinny Dipping” and “Fast Times” as the first teasers for their next album.

i can’t send email, his fourth album, arrives in June 2022 and Carpenter describes it as the most honest of his career, having begun developing it during the pandemic without knowing he was doing so. “This album started in my bedroom. I was writing myself a lot of emails to deal with the fact that I didn’t have a therapist yet. I started jotting down words, phrases and titles that would become the beginning of many of the songs on this record.”, he explains in the introduction to the enhanced version of the album on Spotify.

through thirteen songs, The artist explores pain, denial, insecurity, the difficulties of falling in love, growing up, and the feeling of being betrayed by those he cared for and loved, The album’s triggering track is the eponymous “Emails I Can’t Send”, in which Carpenter describes an infidelity on the part of his father and ponders how it affects his behavior and way of loving now that he is an adult. .

A slight change in focus on the record comes with “Bet You Wanna”, when it describes a situation where someone has let someone else down and wants them back because they know they can’t get them. Can do The playful tone he employs is a bit reminiscent of his twin era releases remarkable, using drama and irony to describe the sense of anguish his broken heart brings him, In turn, many are reminded of the sound of the song EvolutionCarrying elements of dance pop and disco music.

inspired by the movie easy a And in the use of humor to ease the pain, “Because I Liked a Boy” talks about the assumptions and assumptions that were made about the singer after she became the bad guy in the story with Rodrigo and Bassett., Carpenter balances the innocence of their relationship when faced with people’s harsh and cruel reactions, and in “Tornado Warnings” he displays a state of denial as a metaphor for ignoring each other’s flaws. Works. And only focus on the good in them, even when you know you’re going to get hurt.

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born on the contraryrubbish”, one of the most memorable moments on the album. Carpenter was concerned that such an upbeat and nonsensical song would take credit away from the rest of the album, but decided to include it anyway. To depict a feeling of excitement and the joy of feeling connected with someone. “Some days are wonderful, fun and happy, you feel so good about yourself […], It’s great that a song like this was able to appear on the record, because I really think it reflects my sense of humor as well.” shared on Apple Music Radio. A sped up version of “Nonsense” goes viral on TikTok, which led the singer to officially release it on the streaming platform. They also made a Christmas version titled “A Nonsense Christmas”, which featured lyrics for the holiday.

The album closes with “Decode”, in which she recounts the lessons she has learned in her relationships with others and with herself. Carpenter hopes this record can be a reminder that some things are beyond your control., In an interview with Rolling Stone, he reflected: “There’s a lot of power in saying: I’m not going to look back, I’m not going to question and I’m not going to wonder why. I’m going to let it be what it was and I know it was meant to be.”

Watch the video forrubbishListen to Sabrina Carpenter below and on streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal).

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