Releasing the BTS Video of ‘RAGDOLL,’ Abigail Barlow calls it an ‘Unpopstar Moment’!

Abigail Barlow has been constantly successful all 2021 till the day in drawing the media’s eye to her magical world of music. Recently, Barlow revealed the story behind the creation of ‘Bridgerton Musical’ with Emily Bear, one of the most latest viral tik tok videos hitherto. Now the singer has come up with an interesting yet funny moment associated with her newly released single ‘Rug Doll.’

The singer recently shared the BTS video of ”Rug Doll’ which literally made her fans laugh her hearts out.

The Magical charm of ”Ragdoll” by Abigail Barlow still persists!

ragdoll by abigail barlow
ragdoll by abigail barlow

”BTS of me having a very unpopstar moment,” posted the singer.

The song ‘Ragdoll’ by Abigail Barlow was officially released on 15th January 2021. It’s known for its mellifluous and bouncy rhythm as well as its lyrical versatility. Listen to the audio of ‘Ragdoll’ below;

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Barlow, who is an actress as well as a singer/songwriter, got some notice in 2020 with the release of her song “Heartbreak Hotel,” which some commenters said put off a “Taylor Swift vibe.”

“I was just writing what I was feeling,” she says. “I was very into this boy I was seeing at the time, but I was still so traumatized by the ghosts of boyfriends past. If it gives off Taylor Swift vibes, that’s one heck of a compliment.”

abigail barlow and emily bear
abigail barlow and emily bear

Then came “Bridgerton,” an adaptation of Julia Quinn’s novels, which premiered on Netflix in December 2020.

“I binged the entire series and was in awe of the dialogue and masterful storytelling,” Barlow says. “It’s incredibly poetic. The music basically writes itself. There was one piece of dialogue in specific that inspired me to run to my piano and start writing: ‘You have no idea what it’s like to be in a room with someone you cannot live without and yet still feel like you’re oceans apart.’”

bridgerton musical by abigail barlow and emily bear
bridgerton musical by abigail barlow and emily bear

And this is how ”Bridgerton Musical” took its birth.

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