Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz – What Else Can I Do? (From “Encanto”)

Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz – What Else Can I Do? (From “Encanto”)

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Encanto” tells the tale of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals, who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia, in a magical house, in a vibrant town, in a wondrous, charmed place called an Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift from super strength to the power to heal—every child except one, Mirabel (voice of Stephanie Beatriz). But when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is in danger, Mirabel decides that she, the only ordinary Madrigal, might just be her exceptional family’s last hope.
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Music video by Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz performing What Else Can I Do? (From “Encanto”). © 2021 Walt Disney Records


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43 Responses

  1.  ShortHax says:

    This scene deserves an Oscar, a Grammy, and a restraining order

  2. Dtoons says:

    This song is a lot like “Let it Go”: both songs about characters shedding away people’s expectations, and letting their true selves shine.

  3. David Emanuel Rosini says:

    I’m glad this song is about how Isabela talks about how she doesn’t want to be that “Perfect Child” anymore, and just wants people to accept her and to be herself. Teaches a great lesson to a lot of us! 🌸

  4. FanOfAllThings says:

    I love how this songs shows that it’s OK to express negative emotions as well as positive ones and how cathartic it is to do so. I love how it shows Mirabel going from trying to hug Isabella to save the miracle, to her just cheering her on as she comes into her own. It’s beautiful!

  5. AshleyBunni says:

    I audibly gasped the first time I saw Isabela’s room, everything about her character and what she represents is so aesthetically pleasing 🧘🏾‍♀️

  6. says:

    The line “Changing minds, You’ve changed mine” Is a nice touch as mirabel always See’s Isabela as perfect and quite arrogant but her seeing Isa’s point of view changed her mind about her sister

  7. Small Town Hunting Girl says:

    Cool detail, when the first flower throws pollen on Isa she freezes and expression changes to oh no this is wrong, but Mirabel smiles at her and then she starts throwing it everywhere. I think this shows how much she needed Mirabel to not only prompt the anger that kicked this off, but to encourage her that this is okay, and GOOD

  8. iPettyNote says:

    Everything about this was just… perfect. I really enjoyed watching Encanto!! 💜💜🌺

  9. Emma Ringler says:

    2:54 The colors of the Colombian flag on Isabella’s dress !! Also I listen to this music almost every day to remind me that the expectations of others shouldn’t stop me from expressing my true self 🌸

    • Juan Roa says:

      Also they’re dancing on top of the “Palma de cera” a native palm from the andean woods of Colombia and the highest palm in the world.

  10. Florr Corr says:

    Something I really appreciate on this song is the voice acting while singing. During “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” Isabela sings in a very airy way, like any other Disney Princess. Here her voice has more grit, it’s even a lower pitch I think, which really helps the narrative of her shedding the pretense of perfection.
    When Mirabel sings her verse she even uses the same melody Isa used in “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”, since that perfect girl is all she knew her sister as.
    Also love how it’s more rock inspired than the other songs in the movie.

    • Ingrid Montano says:

      I noticed this subtle detail too! 😭💜 She showed a complete liberation even in her voice. It’s just perfect!!!

    • Nat R says:

      Absolutely. It echoes what happens in “Surface Pressure” where Luisa’s voice becomes softer in moments where she feels more relaxed. It’s such a lovely detail.

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