Here's a new single, so listen maybe? Carly Rae Jepsen returned to the radio waves this past weekend with a wildly catchy new single.
The pop singer, 29, dropped "I Really Like You" on Sunday, March 1, following the massive success of her inescapable 2011 hit "Call Me Maybe." Jepsen's latest offering takes influence from her breakout single, featuring a cheery pop melody and an addictive, catchy chorus.
Over a retro-influenced beat, the Canadian singer belts, "I really really really really really really like you / And I want you, do you want me, do you want me, too? / I really really really really really really like you / And I want you, do you want me, do you want me, too?"
"I Really Like You" is the first track off of Jepsen's upcoming 2015 album. Her last record, 2012's Kiss, included "Call Me Maybe," as well as Jepsen's well-performing collaboration with Owl City, "Good Time," and hit No. 6 on the Billboard 200.
The Canadian Idol alum, who is a protege of Justin Bieber's, used her mentor's star-power to boost the release of "Call Me Maybe," and recruited the controversial crooner once more for "I Really Like You." Last month, photos surfaced of Jepsen and Bieber, with surprise guest Tom Hanks, filming the music video for the track on the streets of New York City.
"Make my artist @carlyraejepsen #1 again!" Bieber tweeted on Sunday evening. "And get ready for the video. Crazy 🙂 @tomhanks."
Take a listen to "I Really Like You" above and keep an eye out for the star-studded video in the coming days!