Sabrina Francis is a rising singer-songwriter from Grenada. Not too long ago, she released a colorful music video for her lovely island-inspired single, titled, “Call Me.”
Sabrina Francis – “Call Me” music video
“Heya, you should know I’m wrapped up in ya. And when you hold me, I glow for the whole week. The way you be, the way you move leaves an impression. It is the way, the way I feel for you. Nothing you do could change the way I’m feeling. Nothing they say could change my mind. I’ve been lost in your love since I realized you’re one of the good kinds.” – lyrics
‘Call Me’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young woman who reveals how much love and respect she has for her significant other. Apparently, she appreciates the unconditional love that he showers her with every day and night. He means the world to her, and as of now, nothing compares to his love. Later, she tells her companion in a ravishing way, “Call me and I’ll be there for you. Don’t ask me if I want ‘cause I do.”
‘Call Me’ contains ear-welcoming vocals, honest and uplifting lyrics, and an endearing, love-based narrative that will resonate well with listeners who are currently sharing an affectionate relationship with their significant other. The charming tune possesses rhythmic drum-laden instrumentation seasoned with tropical R&B and Afro-Caribbean elements. Furthermore, “Call Me” follows the overwhelming success that Sabrina Francis achieved in the UK with her last two singles, “Cocoa Tea” and “Learn To Love,” amassing over 450,000 views on YouTube.
Sabrina Francis has accumulated a string of interviews across the BBC Network from the likes of Carrie and David Grant Show, The Scene, The Late Show with Jo Good, and The Late Show with Chris Baxter. Also, she won the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Award in 2019 and collaborated with Joss Stone on the single, “Grenada.” Her previous UK and European tour, including headline shows in London at The Tabernacle and Pizza Express Live, completely sold out the venues. Now, Sabrina is taking the stage at the iconic Bush Hall with her Treehouse band for a show that brings across her captivating voice and heartfelt lyrics.
“Call Me” single
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