Back in 2012, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots sang "Call Me Maybe" with Carly Rae Jepsen and it was the greatest thing ever. Months later, though, it got even better. Fallon and the band were joined by Mariah Carey on what was then Late Night...Show More Summary
By: Gibson Johns Carly Rae Jepsen talks recording the follow-up to EMOTION, giving back during the holidays and reveals one of the top 5 moments of her career. Carly Rae Jepsen may be the most selfless pop star there is. The singer,Show More Summary
Fine, it’s not a real koala and porcupine. It’s an exclusive clip from the charming new animated movie “Sing.” But it’s just as delightful, because it still involves animals belting out Carly Rae Jepsen, and because Matthew McConaughey plays the cheerful koala and Scarlett Johansson plays the punk-rock porcupine. Show More Summary
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Webster Hall hosts pop-music and comedy for a good cause this December. Continue reading…
It feels a little right that before I was able to listen to Autoerotique’s remix of Danny/Carly’s masterpiece “Super Natural” on Soundcloud, first I had to listen to an ad raising awareness for the side effects of using too much dip (“dip can cause white spots to form on the inside of your mouth”). Show More Summary
‘Tis the season for Halloween cover shows, and last night’s at Shea Stadium in Brooklyn was stacked: Emily Reo covered Carly Rae Jepsen, Charly Bliss were Josie & The Pussycats, Pouty was Madonna, and Sharpless took on Kate Bush. All of the sets were magical, but I gotta give it up for my girl Carly […]
All week on Vulture, we're examining '80s pop culture, and how it lives on today. From Stranger Things to Carly Rae Jepsen, it's not hard to find a piece of current pop culture influenced by the Reagan era. But when it comes to stuff that was actually made in the ... More »
Hynes recently sat down for a 90-minute interview at Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal.
On October 18, Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange) gave a lecture for Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal. During the 90-minute talk, Hynes discussed the making of his latest album Freetown Sound, the music that inspires him (from Bach to Nina Simone to Arthur Russell), and his collaborative process with other musicians. Show More Summary
What a treat! Something to tide us over while we wait for underrated queen of pop Carly Rae Jepsen's next album! The Canuck has teamed up with DJ/producer Danny L Harle for new track Super Natural, a super poppy EDM bop! Check it out above! Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Carly Rae Jepsen! And CLICK HERE [...]
PC Music is continuing its multi-tier attack exposing the radical DNA of chart music with a new compilation. Appropriately titled PC Music Volume 2, the 10-track release compiles eight previously-released songs — like Hannah Diamond’s “Fade Away,” HUGE DANNY’s “Super Natural” (with Carly Rae Jepsen), A. Show More Summary
Skylar Spence released his disco album, Prom King, a little over a year ago, and since then we haven’t heard new material from the producer aside from remixes of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Your Type” and A Sunny Day In Glasgow. Today, Spence put out “Faithfully,” a track that samples Aretha Franklin’s “Wonderful,” the same song […]
Sounds like: Carly Rae Jepsen, Demi Lovato, Jessie Ware Song: Julia Knight - Ghost of You What's so good? Pop music is intended to be made for the masses, those who have become invested in structure: two to three verses, a chorus, and a bridge, four chords, and masterful, clean mixing. Show More Summary
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 […]