Carly recently announced on Instagram that “we finished three songs in one day”. Carly spent the in the studio with Benjamin J. Romans, the writer/producer who helped make “Emotion” and “Let’s Get Lost”. Curiously enough, she removed the Instagram post shortly after it was posted, though it still remained on her Facebook.
It is unknown who the gentleman (lady?) sitting down in the photo is, though I suspect that it could be Christopher J. Baran who is Roman’s creative partner who had also worked on the aforementioned Carly Rae Jepsen songs. The LA duo had recently formed Woolf and the Wondershow, a visual/synthpop music act, back in 2016.
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Just a day before she is scheduled to perform at the Fiesta De Los Muertos Music Festival, Carly has been keeping busy on a shoot for Cosmopolitan Middle East. Below are some behind-the-scene shots:
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If you live near Indianapolis and haven’t gotten a ticket to go see Carly perform on November 21st, now may be a good time.
— Indy Symphony (@Indy_Symphony) October 25, 2017
Hollywoodlife.com has an interview up where B-Roc reveals some interesting info:
B-Roc: The best music comes when we make it with our friends. The way “Classic” happened was so natural, because we knew POWERS for years, even before they were named that. We had a day off and it happened in one day. That’s how “Best Friend” happened, too [with Sofi Tukker.]
Would you work with Carly Rae Jepsen again?
B-Roc: Everyone loves that song! I don’t know. I worked on something at a writing camp that [was going to be] used for her album — a really rad song that I love. Hopefully it’ll be on her record. Other than that, she’s doing her own thing, working on her new album. She has so many songs! She’s sitting on hundreds of songs.
David Foster, one of the most successful songwriter/producers of our time (and fellow Canadian), is apparently a fan of Carly .
Lovingly nicknamed the “Hit Man” by the music industry, Foster’s career has spanned over 4 decades, writing and producing hits for artists such as Celine Dion, The Corrs, Chicago, Earth Wind And Fire, Mariah Carey, MIchael Jackson, Madonna, and Whitney Houston.
Bleachers is the band of Jack Antonoff, who has co-written songs for pop superstars including Lorde, Taylor Swift and Fifth Harmony. The indie-pop act released the album Gone Now album in June, which peaked at No. 44 on theBillboard 200.
Unplugged has been an MTV fixture since 1989 — it’s taken on various forms, including online-only content. But the program returned to MTV on Sept. 8 withShawn Mendes, who also announced an MTV Unplugged album, set for a Nov. 3 release. Bleachers was the rebooted series’ second guest.
Bleachers’ MTV Unplugged track list:
- “Let’s Get Married”
- “All My Heroes”
- “Everybody Lost Somebody”
- “Hate That You Know Me”
- “Shadow (feat. Carly Rae Jepsen)”
- “Don’t Take The Money (feat. Lorde)”
- “I Miss Those Days”
- “Nothing Is U”
- “I Wanna Get Better”