Rising pop songstress Sabrina Monique has shared for her latest single, ‘More Than A Friend’ released on the 11th of March via United World Records. The single was mastered by Randy Merill (Katy Perry, Muse and Lorde) and has been supported by Notion Magazine, CLASH Magazine and POP Music. Sabrina Monique herself was recently a contestant on season 3 of American Idol 2020, during which she found her voice as well as a passion for music. The singer/songwriter received recognition for her captivating single, ‘Love Again’ which earned her a feature in American Songwriter.
Sabrina Monique is from White Plains New York and currently lives in New York City. She discovered her love for music independently and nurtured it through difficult years as she grew up and became comfortable within her own skin. While creating her own irresistible sound, the singer finds inspiration in the legendary works of Amy Winehouse, Dua Lipa, Joss Stone, Bebe Rexa, Demi Lovato, Katy Perry, Billie Eilish and Jojo. ‘More Than A Friend’ carries the same dynamic energy of Dua Lipa, Ariana Grande and Bebe Rexa.
Join us as we venture behind the scenes and into Sabrina Monique’s private recording world. Mixing style and passion with a flirtatious attitude, we’re given a small glimpse of the effort that has gone into the single. ‘More Than A Friend’ is fiercely independent while still leaning on the playful pop side that we’ve come to recognize in the rising artist.
Sabrina Monique tells us about the video: “I love this video because you get to see me in my element & at my happiest, as well as a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes. A LOT of work went into making this song. After writing it, I travelled back and forth for months working on it with my producer trying to get it to a place where it felt right because of how important this song is to me. When it comes down to the production aspect of any song really, I need to be as involved as possible throughout the process. I love that this video encapsulates those behind the scene moments that artists love, and that the audience doesn’t get to see as much.”