Carly Rae Jepsen has given a gift to her fans in the form of a bunch of new songs via her new album Emotion Side B!
“Emotion Side B almost never was. Well, technically all the songs existed I just didn’t think to share them until we toured,” the 30-year-old singer said in the liner notes.
“But meeting many of you face to face, getting to share in one of the most joyful touring experiences of my life, all I wanted was to give back more of the feelings you all gave me,” Carly added. “So this is for you guys, a B sides album full of some extra tunes we made on the journey to Emotion. I hope you enjoy. And thank you for making the past year so incredible. The memes, the covers, the parties, and the shows. You keep me inspired. So yeah… new album on the way… but here’s something to hold yah over till then.”
Download the new album on iTunes and stream it below via Spotify!
Hailee performed a bunch of her hits like “Love Myself” and “Rock Bottom,” as well as a cover of Justin Bieber‘s “Love Yourself,” which you can watch below.
“There’s no better reminder that love conquers all than joining the LGBQT community at LA Pride tonight. I could have danced all night in celebration of our freedom and equality. In memory of the victims this weekend, we stand with you and your families,” Hailee wrote on Instagram.
Hailee Steinfeld Covers Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” at L.A. Pride Festival
FYI: Hailee is wearing an MSMG custom faux coat, a Sami Miro Vintage custom bodysuit, hat, and denim, and Vetements boots.
The 30-year-old singer stars alongside the site’s editor-in-chief Tavi Gevinson in the Petra Collins-directed piece.
“Out of the blue, Petra reached out to ask if she could make a video for her favorite track of the album, ‘Boy Problems,’” Carly Rae said. “We met that first day in New York and were giddy with creating something new together and I am so pleased for how the dark and glittery scenes we imagined turned out.”
Carly Rae Jepsen raises her arm high while performing during her concert at Terminal 5 in New York City on Friday night (March 25).
The 30-year-old “I Really Like You” singer spoke with the NY Post ahead of the concert, talking about how she always knew she wanted to be a performer.
“Music will always be No. 1. That hasn’t changed since I was 7 years old. Acting is something I get joy from, but music is what I’ve devoted my life to. I still write songs even when I don’t have a project to write for,” Carly Rae shared.
She added, “When I was at school, the other kids had a new idea of what they wanted to be every second week. For me, nothing ever beat being a performer and singing.”