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Carly Rae Jepsen will release her new album Emotion on August 21st via Schoolboy Records/Interscope, and has plans to drop a new single and video for “Run Away With Me” in July.

The LP will be be available for pre-order starting June 23rd and will come with instant downloads of previously released albums cuts, “I Really Like You,” “All That” and “Emotion.” Emotion will be made available in traditional forms, as well as a part of bundles featuring special art prints, T-shirts and more.

Jepsen also plans to celebrate the release of Emotion with an August 21st performance of “Run Away With Me” on TheToday Show as part of the NBC morning program’s annual summer concert series.

Emotion follows Jepsen’s 2012 U.S. debut Kiss, which featured the viral smash, “Call Me Maybe.” Jepsen recorded Emotion in Los Angeles, New York and Stockholm, working with a bevy of producers and songwriters from across the musical spectrum. While the LP boasts contributions from proven pop hitmakers like Sia, Shellback (Taylor Swift, Maroon 5) and Greg Kurstin (Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry), it also features rising stars like Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Madonna), Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanglij and Blood Orange mastermind Devonté Hynes.

While Emotion has yet to spawn a hit as ubiquitous as “Call Me Maybe,” the Tom Hanks-starring video for “I Really Like You” has wracked up over 61 million views on YouTube. The singer also drew critical acclaim for “All That,” which she performed on Saturday Night Live with the help of Hynes and Rechtshaid.

Emotion Track List

1. “Run Away With Me”
2. “Emotion”
3. “I Really Like You”
4. “Gimmie Love”
5. “All That”
6. “Boy Problems”
7. “Making The Most of The Night”
8. “Your Type”
9. “Let’s Get Lost”
10. “LA Hallucinations”
11. “Warm Blood”
12. “When I Needed You”

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Rihanna showed off her “ginger” makeover on Instagram over the weekend and now Carly Rae Jepsen has followed suit, debuting a sexy red bob, on the cover of Notion magazine.

The ‘Call Me Maybe’ singer poses in front of a red wall, her bright blue eyes emphasised by her new ginger ’do, as she bites into a cheeseburger. Sporting a Coca-Cola slogan T-shirt, Carly Rae works the all-American girl look, while inside the issue things take a turn towards the ’70s.

Shot by Ben Cope, with styling from Caley Rinker and art direction by Alexis Knox, the 29-year-old star perches in the front of a car, clad in striped fur and dark denim jeans.
An additional shot sees Carly prep it up, bearing her midriff in a cropped shirt, cardigan and pencil skirt.

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Carly Rae Jepsen E·MO·TION album artwork.

Carly Rae Jepsen has announced the title of her new album.

The singer will release E·MO·TION as her third studio album this summer, and revealed the official artwork which you can see below.

If features Jepsen in a multi-coloured striped top, lying casually against a black background, while a dictionary explanation of the word emotion is written at the bottom.

The album is thought to have 12 brand new tracks on the standard edition and a further five on the deluxe version, according to a product description on Amazon Japan.

Jepsen has released ‘I Really Like You’ as the lead single in the US, with the track available to download in the UK from April 27.The star has also released promotional track ‘All That’ after performing it live for the first time on Saturday Night Live this past weekend.


Of course Carly Rae Jepsen’s incredibly catchy track, “I Really Like You,” deserves two videos! That’s why, on Tuesday (March 17), the singer released a second visual for the song.

Jepsen uploaded the lyric video for “I Really Like You,” which includes crafts and crafts galore for you DIY enthusiasts. There’s embroidery, typewriters, paper cut-outs and dollhouses. It’s enough to get you pumped to create something! In fact, I can’t help but think the lyric video is more stellar than the actual, official video for “I Really Like You,” which starred Tom Hanks.

I mean, yeah, the official vid has Hanks and Justin Bieber, but other than star power, it’s just a bunch of people walking down the street. And most of the time, you’re just thinking to yourself, “Why is Tom Hanks so disgruntled?”

But this lyric video? It’s clever. It looks like they put a lot of work into it. They had to embroider all those “reallys” with their bare hands. They had to type really, really, really fast in time the lyrics to the words. It’s intricate.

Tell me what you think. Which video do you like best?

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The “Call Me Maybe” singer talks to TIME about her new album’s 1980s pop inspirations and her hip collaborators

What does it take to follow up a song like “Call Me Maybe,” the pop culture phenomenon from Carly Rae Jepsen that went platinum in more than a dozen countries and inspired endless covers, parodies and celebrity lip-dubs in 2012? The 29-year-old Canadian pop star has spent more than two years trying to figure that out. Even her manager, Scooter Braun, the man responsible for bringing Justin Bieber to the masses, told her she couldn’t release new music unless it matched the song that made her famous.

“I definitely felt the pressure,” Jepsen says at her record label’s office on a snowy day in New York. “I would find myself in sessions where people would be like, ‘What are we going to do next?’ When enough people say that to you, you think, ‘Yeah, this is kind of scary.’”
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