It's Giving Life

Listening to Sabrina Carpenter, Beyoncé, and Chappell Roan can literally save lives

If you’ve been paying attention to…literally anything in the news this year, you know things are looking pretty rough. But you may have also noticed that the music is insanely good—like on another level than anything we’ve ever known. From the rise of Chappell Roan’s queer pop to Beyoncé’s world-shifting Cowboy Carter to Brat Summer to Sabrina Carpenter’s Espresso rebranding, the girls are giving, and we couldn’t be more grateful.

The gays have always known that great music can save lives, but now it’s official, and literal. The American Heart Association has been playing close attention to the incredible output of so many pop divas and is using the abundance of amazing new releases to guide us toward a better, healthier life.

For instance, if you’ve ever wondered how to correctly do CPR, just be guided by the beautiful stylings of pop divas like Chappell Roan, Sabrina Carpenter, Beyoncé, and Charli XCX. Twist my arm, why don’t you!

According to the AHA, hot hot hits like “Please Please Please,” “RIIVERDANCE,” “Spring Breakers,” and “Pink Pony Club” can help you find the right rhythm for saving lives.

We knew the divas were life-saving, but we didn’t realize just how literal that statement was until now.

And yes, this trick works for some older beats, too, like the iconic oughts single “Hips Don’t Lie” by not-quite-lesbian Shakira.

Honestly, this is exactly the right use of social media. If only the Senate Democrats X account would take notice…

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