Carly Rae Jepsen is still thriving in the pop industry ten years after the release of “Kiss,” as she released numerous hit albums, and her songs will remain iconic in the pop culture book. For the record’s 10th anniversary, the singer tells the story of her debut pop album.
The Canadian singer celebrated the anniversary of her pop album with a story about why she couldn’t leave Los Angeles, California, on her official Instagram account.
She explained that she first visited the city ten years ago to perform at an event and then “accidentally moved” there.
“It was meant to be a weekend trip but I’d call home every few weeks to say ‘send more clothe.'”
The “Gimme Love” singer then revealed that she wrote and produced her debut album “Kiss” during her first few months in Los Angeles.
“Curiosity,” “Good Time” with Owl City, “Hurt So Good,” and her biggest hit “Call Me Maybe” are among the songs on the album.
In the post, the former “Canadian Idol” contestant also announced the availability of a limited-edition 10th anniversary special vinyl of her album “Kiss.”
According to her official website, the records are available in two colors: opaque white and black vinyl. The original album art and tracklist are featured on both records.
The limited-edition vinyl records cost $30.
Carly Rae Jepsen is preparing to release her much-anticipated album “The Loneliest Time.” She previously spoke with Rolling Stone about her new era.
Speaking about how the album came to be, the Canadian star admitted that she struggled during quarantine because she was used to touring nonstop and recording in various locations.
She also lost a loved one during the pandemic, which led to “a lot of thought.”
“Like, ‘Where am I? What decisions have I made to get here? Am I happy?’ Many of those hard questions you have to face one way or another.”
She was working on her fifth album, a record that combines her true-to-life emotions with upbeat energy.
Jepsen has only released one single from the “Beach House” album so far. The full album will be available on October 21, the same day as Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album “Midnights.”