Carly Rae Jepsen

"I Really Like You" 

Schoolboy/Interscope

Following up the cultural ubiquity of "Call Me Maybe" is no easy task: Just look at the poor commercial performance of its 2012 parent album, the sorely underrated Kiss. But Jepsen comes close with "I Really Like You," co-written by The Cardigans' Peter Svensson and J. Kash. With a sugary, fluorescent '80s sheen similar to that which coated Taylor Swift's 1989, the song explodes into another instantly memorable chorus. One-hit wonder? Maybe not much longer.

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