Sabrina Carpenter’s “Emails I Can’t Send” (Album Review)


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Disney star turned singer, Sabrina Carpenter released her new album “Emails I Can’t Send.” Carson queued up a few of the songs and shared his thoughts.

Carson Trammell, Contributing Writer

From Disney Channel star to pop singer, Sabrina Carpenter has made quite a career for herself. Her new album “Emails I Can’t Send” is a hit and is adding to her career. The song “Nonsense” is the only song from the album to be on the Billboard 100.

Although only one of her songs got into the top 100, it would be nonsense to think that the rest of the album was not fantastic. The album is a reflection of Carpenter’s growth and evolution as an artist, showcasing her ability to craft deeply personal and emotional pop music.

This feel-good album overall follows a theme of intimacy and love, and it is her best album yet. “Emails I Can’t Send” features 13 tracks that cover a range of themes, including love, heartbreak, self-discovery, and growth. The way that Carpenter sings and gives her all on this album, indicates that she had fun making the album.

One track that stands out is “Nonsense,” the only song out of the album to debut on the Billboard 100. The song gained a lot of popularity on TikTok, as well as YouTube. The song peaked at number 56 on the Billboard 100. To make the song even more popular during the holiday season, Carpenter changed some of the lyrics and instruments to be more like a Christmas song. The song’s upbeat tempo and catchy chorus make it a standout track on the album, and its themes of intimacy and love are sure to resonate with fans.

Another song worth mentioning is “Emails I Can’t Send.” The instrumentals and vocals combine to make a wonderful sounding song. Throughout the instrumentals and vocals are rising and then end softly.

This album showcases Carpenter’s growth and evolution as an artist. From the catchy pop hooks to the emotional ballads, the album offers a diverse selection of tracks that are sure to appeal to fans of all ages. “Emails I Can’t Send” is sure to cement her status as one of the most exciting artists in the genre.


Carson Trammell is a Communication major at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.