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Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen
Jepsen performing at the Riverfest Elora in 2018
Jepsen performing at the Riverfest Elora in 2018
Background information
Born (1985-11-21) November 21, 1985 (age 34)
Mission, British Columbia, Canada
GenresPop
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • keyboards
2007-present
Labels
Websitecarlyraemusic.com

Carly Rae Jepsen (born November 21, 1985)[1][2] is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. Born and raised in Mission, British Columbia, Jepsen performed several lead roles in her high school's musical productions and pursued musical theatre at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC. After completing her studies, she relocated to Vancouver and later competed on the fifth season of Canadian Idol in 2007, placing third. In 2008, Jepsen released her folk-influenced debut studio album Tug of War in Canada.

Jepsen's breakthrough came in 2012, when her single "Call Me Maybe" achieved significant mainstream popularity; the song was the best-selling single of that year, reaching number one in 18 countries.[3] As a result, she was signed to a joint worldwide record deal with School Boy Records and Interscope Records. Jepsen's second studio album, Kiss, was released later that year. It marked a greater shift into mainstream pop music and saw fair commercial success, reaching the top ten in Canada and the United States. In 2013 Jepsen made her Broadway stage debut as the titular character in Cinderella. In 2015 she released her third studio album, Emotion. It is noted for its influence from 1980s music as well as blending dance-pop and synth-pop with indie sensibilities. While less commercially successful than Kiss, it saw the success of its lead single, "I Really Like You", and received critical acclaim. In 2016 Jepsen performed in the television special Grease: Live and lent her voice to the animated film Ballerina. Her fourth studio album, Dedicated, was released on May 17, 2019, along with a follow-up, Dedicated Side B releasing a year later on May 21, 2020.

Jepsen has received multiple accolades, including three Juno Awards, a Billboard Music Award, and an Allan Slaight Award, in addition to various nominations for Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Polaris Music Prize and People's Choice Awards.[4][5] As of May 2015, Jepsen has sold over 25 million records worldwide.[6][7]

Life and career

1985-2006: Early life and career beginnings

Jepsen was born in Mission, British Columbia, to Alexandra (née Lanzarotta) and Larry Jepsen, the second of their three children.[8] She is of Danish, English and Scottish descent.[9] Jepsen has an older brother, Colin, and a younger sister, Katie. She attended Heritage Park Secondary School, and she pursued her passion for musical theatre by appearing in student productions of Annie, Grease, and The Wiz, playing the respective lead roles of Annie, Sandy Olsson and Dorothy Gale.[10][11] Her parents and stepparents were teachers, so Jepsen considered a career in music instruction as a second option.[11][12] She applied to music-related programs, including those at Capilano University and the University of British Columbia. Her high school drama teacher, Beverly Holmes, persuaded her to audition for the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia. She was one of 25 female students to gain admission into its year-long program: "It was very clear to me after that school, as much fun as I had, I really did want to pursue more of a purely musical career rather than acting and all the dancing."[13][12]

After graduation, Jepsen relocated to Vancouver's west side, and was fortunate to hold several jobs.[14][10] She worked at Trees Organic Coffee as a barista and pastry chef assistant, starting its open mic night.[15] Jepsen describes this as "the happiest time in her life"; she slept on a pull-out sofa, wrote songs in her downtime with a guitar her parents gave her, and "performed multiple nights a week at musician-friendly holes in the wall".[11][10] Bartending at the Media Club, Jepsen once requested an extra-late shift to see Sia, prior to their collaboration.[16]

2007-2010: Canadian Idol and Tug of War

Jepsen performing on Canada Day in 2010

While assembling a swing band,[17] Jepsen was convinced to audition for Canadian Idol by her drama teacher.[10] She performed her original song "Sweet Talker"[18] and finished in third place, which she considered the best possible outcome in retrospect: "It was like all the exposure without the devilish contract at the end."[11] Her demo recording attracted the attention of music manager Jonathan Simkin, who signed Jepsen to a management deal with 604 Records that year.[19]

Performances

Jepsen released her debut single, a cover of John Denver's song "Sunshine on My Shoulders", in June 2008.[20] Her debut album, Tug of War, was released in September 2008, and sold 10,000 copies in Canada.[19] The singles "Tug of War" and "Bucket" peaked in the top 40 of the Canadian Hot 100, and received Gold certifications for sales of 40,000 units each.[21] "Sour Candy", a duet with Josh Ramsay of Marianas Trench was released as the final single. 2009, Jepsen toured western Canada with Marianas Trench and Shiloh.[22]

2011-2014: Mainstream success with Curiosity and Kiss

Jepsen performing on Justin Bieber's Believe Tour in 2012

2011, Jepsen recorded material for her second album with Josh Ramsay, Ryan Stewart, and Tavish Crow, her co-writer of "Call Me Maybe". The track was released in September of that year.[19] 2012, fellow Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber promoted the single on Twitter, and the next month, it was featured in a viral video in which Bieber, Selena Gomez, and Ashley Tisdale lip-synced and danced to it.[19] Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, signed Jepsen to a joint worldwide record deal with his label, Schoolboy Records, and the major label Interscope Records.[19] "Call Me Maybe" later peaked at number one on the Canadian Hot 100, making Jepsen the fourth Canadian artist to top the chart.[23] In the United States, the single spent nine weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, earning the title "Song of the Summer" from Billboard magazine.[24] The single also topped the charts in 18 countries, including the United Kingdom, where it was the year's second best-selling single.[25] It was the best-selling single of 2012 worldwide, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).[3] The song was included on Jepsen's six-track EP, Curiosity, released in February 2012 in Canada.[19]

Following the success of "Call Me Maybe", Jepsen recorded the duet "Good Time" with Owl City, released in June 2012.[26] The song peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and preceded Jepsen's second album, Kiss, released in September 2012, and reached top ten chart positions in Australia, the UK, and the US.[21][27] In Canada, the album is certified gold.[28][29][30] The album also produced the singles "This Kiss" and "Tonight I'm Getting Over You".[29] 2012, Jepsen appeared on the fifth-season premiere episode of The CW primetime soap opera 90210, and became a spokesperson for clothing retailer Wet Seal.[31][32]

Jepsen received the Rising Star Award at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, the first Canadian recipient.[33] At the 2013 Juno Awards, Kiss won the awards for Album of the Year and Pop Album of the Year. "Call Me Maybe" won in the Single of the Year category.[34] The single also received nominations for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.[35] In 2013, Jepsen became a spokesperson for clothing/footwear brand Candie's.[36] 2013, Kiss: The Remix, a compilation album containing remixes and instrumentals of singles from Kiss, was released in Japan, and peaked at number 157 on the Oricon albums chart.[37] From June to October Jepsen embarked on The Summer Kiss Tour in North America and Asia.[38] 2014, she performed in the Broadway production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella for 12 weeks.[39] Later that year, Jepsen won the International Achievement Award at the SOCAN Awards, alongside co-writers Josh Ramsay and Tavish Crowe.[40]

2015-2017: Emotion and other projects

Jepsen performing on her Gimmie Love Tour in 2016

Jepsen released her third album's lead single, "I Really Like You", in March 2015.[41] Accompanied by a music video in which actor Tom Hanks lip-synced to the song, it peaked at number 14 in Canada and the top five in the UK.[21][42] The album, titled Emotion, was released in June 2015 and received positive reviews; the album appeared on many publications' year-end albums lists.[43][44]Emotion became a cult favourite, attracting a more mature audience to her music.[45][46][47][48] The album peaked at number eight in Canada and at number 16 on the US Billboard 200.[43] It includes collaborations with Rostam Batmanglij (of Vampire Weekend), Sia, Dev Hynes, Greg Kurstin, and Ariel Rechtshaid.[49] The second single, "Run Away with Me", was released in July 2015.[50] Later that year, Jepsen embarked on the Gimmie Love Tour in support of Emotion.[51] Jepsen was also featured on a new version of Bleachers' song "Shadow" from their album Terrible Thrills, Vol. 2[52] and released a cover of Wham!'s "Last Christmas".[53] Jepsen played Frenchy in Grease Live, Fox's live television presentation of the musical Grease in January 2016.[54] As part of her role, she performed a new song entitled "All I Need Is an Angel".[55][56] In late 2015, Jepsen recorded the theme song for the Netflix series Fuller House, a remake of the theme to Full House.[57] In 2016, she appeared on The Knocks' debut album 55.[58]

Jepsen released Emotion: Side B in August 2016, an EP containing eight cut tracks from Emotion.[59] The EP was listed on several end-of-year lists from publications such as Rolling Stone[60] and Pitchfork. In May 2017, Jepsen released the single "Cut to the Feeling".[61] The song was originally intended for Emotion, but instead appeared in the animated film Ballerina, in which Jepsen voices a supporting role.[61]

2018-present: Dedicated

January and February 2018, Jepsen appeared as the opening act for Katy Perry's Witness: The Tour.[62] "Party for One", the lead single from Jepsen's upcoming fourth studio album, was released on November 1, 2018.[63] Two more songs, "Now That I Found You" and "No Drug Like Me" followed on February 27, 2019.[64][65] As of 2019, Braun was no longer Jepsen's manager, although she was still signed to School Boy Records.[66]

Her fourth album, Dedicated, came out May 17, 2019, with a tour beginning June 27.[67][68] The album has 13 tracks on the standard edition, with 2 additional tracks on the deluxe.[69] Jepsen performed a NPR Tiny Desk Concert in November.[70]

On May 21, 2020, the companion album Dedicated Side B was released, containing twelve outtakes from Dedicated.[71] Following its release, Jepsen also confirmed the same month that she was making a "quarantine album" with songwriter Tavish Crowe[72] with whom she wrote "Call Me Maybe".

Artistry and influences

Jepsen is classified as a soprano.[73][74][75] Paul Bradley of LA Weekly describes Jepsen's voice as "hushed" and "flawless"[74] while Maura Johnston of Slate Magazine characterizes it as "airy yet precise".[75] She says she shares her parents' interest in folk music as a result of her upbringing, naming artists such as Leonard Cohen, Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, and Van Morrison as inspirations for her debut album, Tug of War (2008).[76][77] During the recording of her EP Curiosity and her second album, Kiss (both 2012), Jepsen said she became increasingly influenced by pop and dance music, in particular the works of Dragonette, Kimbra, La Roux, and Robyn.[77][78][79] Her third album, Emotion (2015), drew from her love of pop music from the 1980s and the "old-school" albums of Cyndi Lauper, Madonna, and Prince.[49][80] Jepsen has also expressed admiration for Cat Power, Christine and the Queens, Tegan and Sara,[81]Bleachers, Bob Dylan, Sky Ferreira, Dev Hynes, Solange Knowles, Joni Mitchell, Sinéad O'Connor, the Spice Girls, and Hank Williams.[80][82][83]

Activism

Jepsen was scheduled to perform at the Boy Scouts of America 2013 National Scout Jamboree, along with the band Train,[84] but in March 2013, both cited the BSA policy on homosexuals as a barrier to their performance.[85] Jepsen released a statement stating "As an artist who believes in equality for all people, I will not be participating in the Boy Scouts of America Jamboree this summer."[86]

Discography

Tours

Filmography

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Canadian Idol Herself/contestant Season 5; finished in 3rd place
2012 90210 Herself Season 5 premiere: "Til Death Do Us Part"
2013 Shake It Up Herself Season 3, episode 10: "My Fair Librarian It Up"
2015 Saturday Night Live Herself/Musical guest Season 40, episode 17
2015 Castle Herself Season 7, episode 22: "Dead from New York"
2015 Comedy Bang! Bang! Herself Season 4, episode 24: "Carly Rae Jepsen Wears a Chunky Necklace and Black Ankle Boots"
2016 Grease: Live Frenchy Special
Film
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Lennon or McCartney Herself Short film; interview clip
2016 Ballerina[87] Odette Voice role
Theatre
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella Ella Broadway appearance

See also

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