Sabrina Carpenter Just Came To Her "Please Please Please" Collaborator Jack Antonoff's Defense In A Major Way

Sabrina Carpenter Just Came To Her "Please Please Please" Collaborator Jack Antonoff's Defense In A Major Way

Jack Antonoff is one of the leading producers in the music industry, and he has been for a while now.

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In addition to being the frontman of the band Bleachers and formally a member of fun., Jack is best known for producing music for Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, The 1975, The Chicks, Florence + the Machine, and Lorde among other major artists.

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In fact, he won Producer of the Year, Non-Classical at the Grammys in February for a third time in a row.

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However, his success hasn't been without its critiques of just how much of an influence he's had on music of late. But a major artist he's recently worked with is coming to his defense.

That's Sabrina Carpenter.

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Jack produced her new single "Please Please Please." He also cowrote the song alongside Sabrina and hit songwriter Amy Allen.

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Sabrina was recently interviewed by Rolling Stone, and she defended Jack when asked about critics of his presence in the music industry.

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She really didn't hold back.

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No, seriously.

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"Fuck them all," she told the publication.

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"Fuck them all. I think he’s one of the most talented people I’ve ever met. When he’s in a room, he’s able to literally touch every instrument in the room and make it sound magical," she continued. "He also works very fast, which I really appreciate because I work very fast.”

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Well, there ya go. Count Sabrina as a loyal collaborator, and Jack as one, too, because he sang Sabrina's praises in the same article.

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“The way she puts things, I’m immediately right there with her,” he told the publication. “And [for] anyone who’s got to see her live, let alone record her, she’s an unbelievable singer. When you’re in the presence of that kind of voice, all you want to do is capture it.”

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He also praised her "aesthetic of not giving a fuck."

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“I think that the aesthetic of not giving a fuck or the aesthetic of telling it like it is has become so popular that there’s a lot of people who pander to that concept rather than are that concept. Sabrina actually is,” he added.

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Rolling Stone reported Jack worked on half of Sabrina's new album Short n' Sweet, including "Please Please Please." The album drops on Aug. 23, so here's hoping another hit between the two is only a matter of weeks away.