Carly Rae Jepsen confirms Justin Bieber duet
Carly Rae Jepsen has revealed that a duet with fellow Canadian pop star Justin Bieber will feature on her forthcoming solo album.
In an interview with MTV News, the "Call Me Maybe" singer said that the record will feature collaborations with LMFAO's Redfoo, Fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff and Bieber.
"It was a song that him and Toby Gad brought to the table and asked [me to record]," she said. "Actually, on my first introduction of Bieber, he was like, 'Do you wanna sing this song?' I said, 'Yes!' I love that track as well, so it was exciting!"
She added that the song she began working on with Redfoo after meeting him at an airport is sounding "really neat."
"The way my album has come together has been sort of a shock for me," Jepsen added. "Also worked with Jack [Antonoff, guitarist] from the band Fun., and that was sort of a random collaboration of us both really digging what the other person did.
"It is pop, but there's also dance-pop and a little hint of folk-pop," she summed up.
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