Sabrina Carpenter

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Singer, songwriter, and actor Sabrina Carpenter’s journey into music, television, and film began at an early age. Her debut album, Eyes Wide Open, released in 2015, reflected her life over the previous three years, while her sophomore album, EVOLution, released in 2016, launched her first ever sold-out fall 2016 headline EVOLution Tour, traveling across 35+ cities in the United States. In May 2017, she joined The Vamps as a special guest on their UK arena tour as well as Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman tour in Brazil in June before heading out on The De-Tour, her 30+ date summer headline trek in July. Prior to The De-Tour, Carpenter co-wrote and released her second RIAA-certified gold single, “Why,” which Billboard hailed as “highly promising of what’s to come,” and proved to be a hit on Top 40 radio. Carpenter’s vocals were featured on Lost Kings’ track “First Love,” released in October 2017. In 2018, she released “Alien” with Jonas Blue, which became the #1 Breakout Song on the Billboard Club chart and has amassed nearly 43 million global combined streams since its release. Most recently, she appeared in the feature film The Hate U Give for Fox. She is also starring in the upcoming independent film The Short History of the Long Road opposite Steven Ogg, Maggie Siff and Danny Trejo. In 2018, she also released her third album, Singular: Act I  a set of eight sonic epiphanies (all of which she co-wrote) blending her R&B-style vocals with the pop sensibilities she helmed on EVOLution. She is currently putting the finishing touches on her fourth album, Singular: Act II due later this year and recently released “Pushing 20,” a bass-heavy, hip-hop influenced track that Earmilk noted as “a platform to further push the boundaries of her artistry” and is “the beginning of an era marked by an artist fully aware and ready to make good on her potential.”

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