This Carly Rae Jepsen-Justin Bieber Duet Is An Intimate Affair
Posted by Videoson 04/04/2012 at 6:28 PM
After receiving guidance from Usher and love from millions of YouTube users around the world, Justin Bieber has made it known that he is a fan of paying it forward. By extending his generosity both on camera and off, he’s made philanthropy look cool, and “give back” one of his Top 5 phrases—right behind “swaggie” and “burr.” Most notable on his list of recent recipients of goodwill is Carly Rae Jepsen, a fellow Canadian saved from a potential future spent scoring their country’s plethora of great teen soaps since signing to his Schoolboy Records. Jepsen has already spoken publicly about the fairytale-like day when Bieber called and invited her to be a part of his golden circle, and now she’s shedding a few more details about their upcoming collaboration.
“It’s pretty stripped-down,” The Jep (do we dare?) told MTV’s Sway of their song on Bieber’s forthcoming Believe. “It’s pretty casual. It’s not too dance-y; it’s more intimate.” Hmm. Surely Selena Gomez wants to be the only one using the word “intimate” anywhere close to the name “Justin,” but by Jepsen’s description, The Bieb remains the consummate professional, even in his old age: “We collaborated on one song together, but in general, I was blown away by Justin. He’s so down-to-earth and very charming and very talented.” Well, no one said professional has to be boring! Still that doesn’t leave us with many details on the sound of the song. Allow your mind to wander, but feel confident in assuming there’s at least one mention of ”swag.”
Get More: Music News
Check Us Out On
Login to receive the latest pop music news and exclusive offers from Popdust!
Brainstorming some suggestions for the royal couple of pop's second child.
The most famous mother in pop is having a second child.
What's your favorite song by the ex-Disney princess?
We think the CimFam is Cim-ply divine!
Britney's not seeking Amy anymore; this is a song her sons can enjoy!
Cole your jets, Nat!
Did a rock-solid Top Two save Season 12?
Big Time Rush learns some lessons about telling the truth.
America certainly thought so, but, hey, what do those guys know?
Thank God for Eunjung.
It's a Girls' Generation party, and everybody is invited!
Breaking down the perfect summer song.
Maybe if they sing the "Barney" theme song hard enough, all will be repaired.
There's a reason they call it "labor."