Singer and actress Sabrina Carpenter has dropped an upbeat new single “Let Me Move You,” which comes from her upcoming Netflix film, Work It.
The groovy, electro-influenced track blends Carpenter’s husky vocals with a catchy beat that instantly gets your feet tapping and the whole room dancing. Singing about letting go of the past to move on in pursuit of her dance dreams, the 21-year-old sings; “One, two, three, come with me / We can work it differently / One, two, three, and dance with me tonight / And maybe all our dreams are coming true / And, baby, I can feel you feel it too.”
Work It is a dance comedy centered around high school senior, Quinn Ackerman (played by Carpenter) who forms a dance team with hopes of impressing her dream university – despite not knowing how to dance.
The promotional clip from the film on Instagram featuring the anthemic track and Netflix’s previously released trailer which shows Quinn learning to dance ahead of a competition, give off the perfect “training montage” vibe. Directed by Laura Terruso, and co-staring YouTube personality Liza Koshy, Jordan Fisher (To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You), Keiynan Lonsdale (Love, Simon), etc, the film is set for release on August 7th on Netflix.
Carpenter, who is best known for playing Maya Hart on popular Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, made her Broadway debut earlier this year essaying the role of Cady Heron, in the stage adaptation of cult film Mean Girls.