“It Takes Two” is a remake of 1988 hip-hop classic by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock recorded by Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress Carly Rae Jepsen, who has linked up with American hip hop recording artist Lil Yachty and Mike WiLL Made-It. The song was recorded for a new Target ad, which will air during the 59th Grammy Awards next week.
“Super Natural” is a collaboration song recorded and produced by British music producer-composer Danny L Harle and Canadian singer and songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen. The long-awaited single is a euphoric pop banger that wouldn’t sound out of place was released August 12th as the follow-up to his recent offering “Ashes of Love”. The music video for the song was released on August 19, 2016 where Harle plays a realtor who’s showing Jepsen a house that happens to be occupied by some sort of sci-fi fashion-model commune. This naturally leads to the two of them performing at a backyard party.
The song “Curiosity” was recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen, taken from her first EP, Curiosity (2012). “Curiosity” is an upbeat pop track that draws influences from dance and synthpop. Lyrically, the track alludes to a girl who is poorly treated by a bad boy, and begs for more of his love. It was released as the second single from the EP on May 1, 2012, through 604 Records. The song will be re-released with rap vocals by American rapper Flo Rida on August 1 2012. This will also be the worldwide release, which the music video will be released soon after that.
The song “Call Me Maybe” is an upbeat pop track that draws influences from dance-pop and disco. The song was recorded by Canadian recording artist and singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen, taken from her first EP, Curiosity (2012). It was released as the lead single from the EP on September 20, 2011, through 604 Records. “Call Me Maybe” has attained commercial success worldwide and is already one of the biggest hits of 2012, reaching number one in Australia, Finland, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, while peaking inside the top ten in Belgium, Norway, and The Netherlands. After reaching the top position in Canada, Jepsen became the fifth Canadian artist to do so in her home country.