Carly Ray Jepsen is known for her upbeat pop tunes but the she’s totally changing things up for her brand new single ‘All That’ — listen to the super different and soulful R&B tune!
Carly Ray Jepsen teamed up with in-demand songwriter-producers Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid to create her new song “All That” and we LOVE it! Carly described the day the they started working on the new jam by saying it was “one of the most magical days ever!” Click to listen to the song and find what Carly has to say about the brand new tune!
Carly Ray Jepsen ‘All That’ — Listen To Brand New Song
Carly was so excited to work with songwriter-producers Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid. She gushed all about the collab and how it came about:
“Dev was through Solange. I was really into her, and while being in New York for Cinderella and having time during the day, I would be on the Internet and my guitarist would come into town, and we’d be like, “Well, who did the production on that? Who co-wrote that with her?” Then I got into the Blood Orange Cupid Deluxe album, and I was like, okay, I need to meet this guy,” she told idolator.com.
“So I ended up meeting him in New York, and we started a few things together. One of the tracks, it kind of had that Prince-y element to it and we loved it, but Ariel got involved with it recently to add his spin to it too. It’s a pretty big slow jam, so we brought the tempo up a little bit…”
Carly went on, “And with Ariel, on the separate train of things, I was a big fan of the Sky [Ferreira] stuff… We had a couple coffee dates, just talking in between all the stuff that he’s got going with Brandon Flowers, and we were like, “How are we sneaking in a day to get this done?” We just made it come together. I remember when I got both [Dev and Ariel] in the room together to work on this track, it was probably one of the most magical days ever. It’s nice to really be in a moment like that and feel like, okay, this is why I’m in this business.”
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— Shira Benozilio