Women in Music 2016
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Hear Carly Rae Jepsen's Sweet New Ballad, 'All That'
Carly Rae Jepsen is in the mood for love, judging from her new track, "All That."
The Canadian singer has released the audio for that new ballad, a track from her forthcoming album on Schoolboy/Interscope. It's a clear vocal throwback to the sugary, late-Nineties pop of Britney Spears and Mandy Moore; a varnish of slick, Eighties production comes courtesy of her collaborators on the track, the musician Dev Hynes (of the nü-R&B outfit Blood Orange) and the Grammy-winning producer Ariel Rechtshaid (Madonna, Solange). Both Hynes and Rechtshaid's retro imprints are clear on the song, and they're joining in on the fun of debuting it; both men sat in with Jepsen's band last night when she performed the sultry tune on Saturday Night Live.
Take a listen to Jepsen's new track below; it's her follow-up to the chipper single, "I Really Like You," which recently debuted at No. 48 on the Hot 100.