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Sabrina Carpenter – Please Please Please

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Following her global #1 hit “Espresso,” debut Saturday Night Live performance, and buzzy Coachella set, Sabrina Carpenter releases her new single and music video entitled “Please Please Please.” The release accompanies the announcement of her highly anticipated new album, Short n’ Sweet, out on August 23, 2024.

Teaming up with GRAMMY-Award-winning collaborators Jack Antonoff and Amy Allen, “Please Please Please” highlights her razor-sharp lyrics and signature conversational delivery over buoyant production as she begs, “Please Please please don’t prove I’m right. Please please please don’t bring me to tears when I just did my makeup so nice!” Directed by Bardia Zeinali and co-starring Barry Keoghan, the cinematic video seamlessly projects this vibe on screen, continuing a tradition of bold visuals by the songstress.

The song lands in the wake of her bona fide summer smash “Espresso.” Scaling charts worldwide, the Platinum-certified hit is her fourth to land on the Billboard Hot 100 and her first Top 5 on the chart, currently earning her a career peak at #4. It captured the #1 spot on the Spotify Global, US, and UK charts, hitting #1 on the UK Singles Chart for five consecutive weeks. The single’s success only increased the incredible momentum generated from the platinum hit “Feather,” which scored her first #1 at Top 40 Radio.

In addition to an acclaimed turn supporting Taylor Swift on the Era’s Tour in Mexico, South America, Australia, and Singapore, she was the talk of Coachella with a superstar-making set. Los Angeles Times cited her among “The 15 Best Things We Saw at Coachella 2024,” going on to profess, “Carpenter already had put more effort into her set than some past Coachella headliners” here. Billboard applauded her for delivering one of the “Best Moments From Coachella 2024 Day 1,” attesting, “Carpenter was resplendent during her Coachella debut” here.

Already generating over half a billion streams, “Espresso” has received unanimous critical applause. Pitchfork declared, “‘Espresso’ is currently in pole position to be this year’s song of the summer,” and Rolling Stone hailed it as a “sugary-sweet, intensely caffeinated new single.” The New York Times predicted, “‘Espresso’ is a cheeky, summery tune that just might propel her to the next level.”

Listen to this song and more new music premieres on “The New Music Show”, playing daily at 5.30pm PT/8.30pm ET on Channel R – Today’s Hits & Your All-Time Favorites.

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