We are back again with another batch of songs that you need on your playlist! If you haven’t heard of Sabrina Carpenter before the recent “love triangle” drama, you might have missed out on some of her top tracks. Let’s dive right in and discover some of our favorite Sabrina Carpenter songs.
We had to start out with the classic song, ‘Sue Me.’ This song was released on her album, Singular Act I, and it is one of our absolute favorites.
We couldn’t keep going without mentioning Sabrina’s recent release of ‘Skin.’ This is her first release under her new label, Island Records. If you take away the drama surrounding the song, it is an absolutely beautiful piece of work. Sabrina’s vocals on this track are stunning and her songwriting skills have definitely grown from her very first releases. On her Instagram page, Sabrina writes “the song isn’t calling out one single person. Some lines address a specific situation, while other lines address plenty of other experiences I’ve had this past year.”
‘In My Bed’
The next song that needs to be on your playlist is ‘In My Bed’ from Sabrina’s Singular Act II release. This song is an absolute bop and we are sad that it hasn’t gotten the attention it deserved. Her music video for the song also is very underrated. She played off of metaphors and cool effects and created this masterpiece.
‘Exhale’ is next on our list and was released under her album, Singular Act II. In our opinion, this song showcases how underrated Sabrina Carpenter really is. Her vocals are breathtaking and the lyrics are very relatable. She talks about needing a breather and feeling overwhelmed. That is something we can all relate to, no matter if you are in the music industry or not.
The last track on our list is ‘Honeymoon Fades.’ This song was released as a single in 2020 under her previous label, Hollywood Records. In ‘Honeymoon Fades’ she talks about meeting someone when her heart was selective and she hopes they stay the same once their honeymoon phase fades.
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