The Real Meaning Behind Sabrina Carpenter's New Song Skin

The Real Meaning Behind Sabrina Carpenter's New Song Skin

"Skin", Sabrina Carpenter's first single at her new Island Records home, is going for immediate mainstream radio airplay.

In Carpenter's new song, "Skin," she appears to address another girl who's recently caused conflict and put her "in the spotlight". Carpenter is 21 years old while Rodrigo is 17 years old.

Sabrina Carpenter and Olivia Rodrigo are pulling a "Taylor Swift" after releasing songs that spoke deeply about a current love triangle situation with Joshua Bassett. In the song, Rodrigo sings about missing her ex, who is now with an older blonde girl.

The rumors are apparently paying off for everyone, with Carpenter's "Skin" now climbing Apple Music's Top 10 Pop Chart. This could be in reference to the song's title "Driver's License".

Shockingly not about the Legoland drivers license you get as a child, Drivers License is Olivia Rodrigo's smash hit single.

In Sabrina's song, she sings, "Maybe then we could pretend, there's no gravity in the words we write, maybe you didn't mean it, maybe blonde was the only rhyme".

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Indeed, in the chorus of her new song, Carpenter sings, "You can try / To get under my, under my, under my skin / While hе's on mine".

Now, Sabrina Carpenter has released Skin - a track that can only be considered the Disney Channel's first war dub.

Many memes depicted her response as overblown or aggressive, while some people described her new song as "petty".

That's because the ex in the song is widely thought to be Rodrigo's High School Musical: The Musical: The Series co-star Joshua Basset, who has since been linked to Carpenter.

Others focused on Carpenter and Rodrigo "fighting over" Bassett, joking that a man isn't worth all this trouble.

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