Catching feelings is a wonderful thing but it can also get you all kinds of twisted up. Sabina Beyli’s new track “Replace You” is a powerful pop tune that’ll speak directly to your heart—especially in those moments where you’re not sure what’s up.
“The writing process of ‘Replace You’ was very interesting for me,” Sabina explains. “When I entered the studio, the producer played me the melody that we would be working on and I loved it, because it was inspired by ‘Needy’ by Ariana Grande. The melody/chords of the songs are very similar, but later the actual vocals and lyrics are completely different.”
“This song is very personal and I have a very strong connection to it. I hope my listeners love it as much as I do!”
You’ll be able to feel that sugar-sweet bounce to Sabina’s track as her voice cuts to the core of how she’s feeling. “I was introduced to a very talented songwriter, Brooke, and we had a girly talk about my personal life. After opening up to her and updating her on my life, she helped me a lot by making very cool phrases that suited the song perfectly.” The honesty layered in every line is inspiring. You’ll be nodding your head to the truth as she straight-up tells what’s in her heart. “I was very lucky to work with her because she was so understanding and talented. Later, I got in the booth and started singing the verses and the chorus, and while doing so, many new ideas would pop up in my head.”
Get ready to snap your fingers to the playful beat as it gives you the energy to speak the truth to your one & only. “You need to learn how to love,” Sabina sings and you’ll be chanting right along with her—it’s time to say everything that’s been on your mind. She says, “This song is very personal and I have a very strong connection to it. I hope my listeners love it as much as I do!”
Fun Fact About “Replace You”:
“It took us 2 days to start and finish the song because the melody was pretty much created by the producer before I even entered the studio. All I had to do was complete the lyrics, and sing.”
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