The Montreal Producer's Debut Album '99.9%' Beat Out Grimes, Jessy Lanza, Carly Rae Jepsen, And More.
The Polaris Music Prize held its Gala last night in Toronto, handing out its annual award for the year’s best Canadian album to Kaytranada’s 99.9%. A lot of the other nominees were present to perform, and the CBC recruited various celebrities to record endorsement videos for their favorite nominated album. So, without further ado, here […]
We really, really, really, really like you, Kaytranada — it's just, today, we like you a little less. Once again, Canada has given one of its own further reason to stick with L.A. hallucinations: It saddens us to say that Carly Rae Jepsen has lost the 2016 Polaris Music Prize ... More »
Kaytranada has won the 2016 Polaris Music Prize, which honors the year’s best album by a Canadian artist. (The honor comes with a $50,000 check.) 99.9% won over albums by Grimes, Carly Rae Jepsen, White Lung, and others. Find the full shortlist below. Show More Summary
Beating out the likes of Grimes, Carly Rae Jepsen, Black Mountain, and others.
The Polaris Music Prize, awarded annually to Canada’s best album, will be bestowed on some lucky Canuck tonight. We’ve seen the long list and then the short list, and now we’re about to see who’ll follow last year’s winner Buffy Saint-Marie into history. The following albums will square off for Canadian sonic supremacy at The […]
The 2016 Polaris Music Prize Gala, which honors the year’s best album by a Canadian artist, is taking place tonight at the Carlu in Toronto. Before the winner is announced, several artists on the shortlist will perform a song from their nominated album. Carly Rae Jepsen, White Lung, Jessy Lanza, U.S. Show More Summary
Even among the most beloved pop stars in modern memory, few have been embraced as quickly or fervently as Canadian bubblegum-pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen. A brief four-year stint in the public eye and only 2.5 (excellent) albums isShow More Summary
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E•mo•tion, released about a year ago, is the album that no one saw coming and none of us deserved. Carly Rae Jepsen was the pop star with nothing to prove, since, truthfully, people had stopped checking for her. Her first major album, Kiss, was a killer album with some of the most exciting pop... Continue reading
In the late spring of this year, Carly Rae Jepsen’s fans started a meme in the comments they left below her posts on Instagram. In that relatively secluded arena, they began designating Jepsen the “queen of” whatever appears in each photograph. Show More Summary
Nelly Furtado and Empress Of also appeared during the guest-heavy set.
The notable cameos of the day included appearances by Carly Rae Jepsen and Robyn. [ more › ]
Nelly Furtado also made a cameo during with Dev Hynes’s set.
Carly Rae Jepsen - "Higher" Carly Rae Jepsen - "Fever" Carly Rae Jepsen - "Store" Twice in my life now, I have met people who did not like E•MO•TION. Carly Rae Jepsen's last album came out last summer, at a...
There were two kinds of pop stars in the ’80s: Those who scratched out hits as fast as possible until their batteries gave out, and those who moved with surgical precision, working through new looks and sounds, before vanishing for years to restructure. There were stars who shone bright and ... More »
Today, on the one-year anniversary of Emotion, Carly Rae Jepsen has released a b-sides album appropriately called Emotion Side B. It’s eight songs of early Madonna/‘80s vibes. Early favorites include “Higher” and “Fever”. Continue reading
Surprise! It's just as perfect as the original album.
E•MO•TION, the glittery third album from Carly Rae Jepsen, was both one of the best pop albums of 2015 and one of the most annoyingly stylized album titles of the century. The record delighted critics and fans of Technicolor '80s pop, but it didn't sell all that well, for a variety of reasons. Jepsen, to her indefatigable credit, is not discouraged. Show More Summary
On Thursday night, Carly Rae Jepsen released Emotion Side B, the B side follow up to her breakout 2015 album Emotion. The new release has 8 new tracks that were made in the process of creating Emotion. In a post shared on social media, Jepsen said sh… Read The post Carly Rae Jepsen Debuts ‘Emotion Side B’ Dedicated to Her Fans – LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.