Sarah Reeves gives listeners another taste of her next studio project with ‘Jealousy‘.
An unexpected twist on an all-too-familiar topic, the reflective song finds Reeves face-to-face with her younger self, transporting her back to an easier time when she was innocent, confident, and carefree. The singer confesses she’s envious of that girl — a child free of insecurity and full of wonder. Listen to ‘Jealousy’ here.
“I wrote this song, ‘Jealousy’,” Reeves explains, “thinking about the younger version of myself. When I was a child, I was so full of life, innocent, and confident. As I got older and became more aware of the world around me, I experienced rejection, insecurities, and fear. Sometimes I find myself thinking about that little girl I used to be, and I get jealous of her. That’s why I wrote this song, and I hope it brings out that innocent inner child that we all have in us when people listen to the song!”
In addition to pursuing her own artistry, she has dedicated a vast portion of her career to writing songs for other artists for TV and film. Her music has appeared in Disney Plus and National Geographic’s six-part original series Welcome To Earth, starring Will Smith; Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon international trailer; promos for American Idol and UFC; and on television series across major networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and Netflix, among others.
Reeves has also been featured on tracks by high-profile DJs, including: Gattüso, Laidback Luke, R3HAB, and Armin Van Buuren. The Curb | Word Entertainment artist has garnered over 81 million career streams and 40 million YouTube views.
Career highlights include:
Featured on Disney’s Raya And The Last Dragon international trailer
Featured on Disney Plus and National Geographic’s six-part original series Welcome To Earth, staring Will Smith
Album Life, Love & Madness debuted Top 5 on iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart
Multiple film & TV sync placements on major networks, including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, MTV and Netflix
Featured on: RIGGI & PIROSS ‘Another Love Song’ (2021), Armin Van Buuren’s ‘Tell me Why’ (2021), Gatüsso’s and Laidback Luke’s ‘Heart On My Sleeve’ (2020)
‘Not My Style’, ‘Just Want You’, and ‘Details’ multi-week #1 on Billboard and Mediabase