Sabrina Carpenter Tells Off Jack Antonoff’s Haters Who Claim His Production Style Has Ruined Taylor Swift and More: ‘F— Them All! F— Them All’

Sabrina Carpenter defends jack antonoff

Sabrina Carpenter revealed to Rolling Stone that Jack Antonoff worked with her on about half of her upcoming sixth studio album, “Short N’ Sweet.” The longtime Taylor Swift collaborator produced and co-wrote Carpenter’s latest hit single, “Please Please Please.”

Despite working closely with Swift since “1989” and producing acclaimed albums from Lorde, Lana Del Rey and more, Antonoff’s name often evokes outrage on social media from critics who claim he has a monotonous production style that has seemingly ruined their favorite artists. Such backlash went viral after the release of Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” earlier this year, but Carpenter has blunt words for the haters: “Fuck them all.”

“Fuck them all,” Carpenter repeated. “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. He also works very fast, which I really appreciate because I work very fast.”

Carpenter met Antonoff a couple of years ago in New York City outside of a comedy club, saying: “I was peeing my pants because I wanted to work with him for my whole life. After that, we, luckily enough, became friends; personalities meshed, and it was only a matter of time. He heard some of the stuff that I was working on for this album, and we just started to make magic.”

Antonoff told Rolling Stone that Carptener is “becoming one of the biggest young pop stars, and that song is such a statement of ­expressing yourself, not just lyrically, but sonically.”

“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 about the pop star.

The two share a friend in Swift. Antonoff is the music icon’s trusted collaborator and Carpenter opened for Swift during legs of The Eras Tour.

“I hold her to such a different echelon,” Carpenter said of Swift. “I could never compare my life, my career, my trajectory to anything close to what she’s done.”

“She always puts out music at a time where I didn’t realize I needed those songs,” Carpenter added. “We’re very, very verbal with each other about our mutual love and admiration…She played me ‘But Daddy I Love Him’ before it came out, and that’s also one of my favorites.”

“Short N’ Sweet” is set for release on Aug. 23. Head over to Rolling Stone’s website to read more from Carptener’s latest interview.

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