Carly Rae Jepsen Takes Things Nice And Slow With New Track ‘All That’


Just when you finally got “Call Me Maybe” out of your head, Canadian pop princess Carly Rae Jepsen is back to continue to hook you in with her infectious pop tunes. Last month she gifted the world with the insanely catchy “I Really Like You”, and now she’s changed directions slightly, offering up the much more toned-down “All That”.

Produced and co-written by indie mainstays Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid, “All That” is a slow jam for all kinds. Carly shows us a sultry side we couldn’t imagine her having before, and she does so with surprising aplomb. The 90’s-leaning throwback will get you in the mood for some alone time with your special someone…which is something you never thought you’d feel from the “Call Me Maybe” star.

The singer performed “All That” for the first time this past weekend on Saturday Night Live, accompanied by her collaborators Hynes and Rechtshaid.

Carly has been out of the pop spotlight for a minute, as she’s actually been on Broadway starring in Cinderella. Now that her stay on the Great White Way is done, it’s time to get back to what she does best: making us all dance and sing along.

While she’ll never be able to escape her “Call Me Maybe”-related fame, true pop fans are coming to realize that the singer-songwriter is a true, unmistakable talent.

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