Carly Rae Jepsen: Kiss Album Review
Canadian cutie Carly Rae Jepsen dropped her second album Kiss today, steering safely away from being just a one hit wonder. The album includes special guest singers like Justin Bieber and Owl City. Check out the Kidzworld Album Review of Kiss!
After the sweeping success of singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen's unbelievably catchy "Call Me Maybe" many critics and fans worried that she would immediately fall into the "one hit wonder" category with her sophmore album, but Kiss is a solid collection of sweet, fun songs with genuine pop appeal.
Carly's album features some special guests like friend and label mate Justin Bieber on the slow duet "Beautiful" and the more upbeat, care-free tune "Good Time" with electro-pop artist Owl City (aka Adam Young). Standout tracks include "This Kiss," cowritten and produced with LMFAO's Redfoo, and "Curiosity" a club-style hit that was first released on her EP earlier this year.
"Turn Me Up" and "Tonight I'm Getting Over You" are probably the weakest songs on the album with similar storylines.
1. Tiny Little Bows
2. This Kiss
3. Call Me Maybe!
5. Good Time (featuring Owl City)
6. More Than a Memory
7. Turn Me Up
8. Hurt So Good
9. Beautiful (featuring Justin Bieber)
10. Tonight I’m Getting Over You
11. Guitar String/ Wedding Ring
12. Heart is Muscle
14. Wrong Feels So Right!
16. Almost Said It
Check out Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City in "Good Time" below!
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