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Aug 26 Stream Carly Rae Jepsen’s “E•mo•tion Side B”

Queen of generosity strikes again. Months after the release of her sophomore album, “E•mo•tion,” Carly Rae Jepsen has returned with the album’s B Side (songs that didn’t make the cut). Announced merely a few days ago, “E•mo•tion Side B” comes loaded with eight brand new tracks, all of which are solid tracks, which begs the question – How many great songs does CRJ have in her music archive? Though it’s pretty much impossible to surpass how superb “E•mo•tion” is, this complication is exactly what we needed to end the summer on a disco, fun-filled note.

Apr 05 Watch: Carly Rae Jepsen – “Boy Problems”

Carly Rae Jepsen’s EMOTION is truly the gift that keeps on giving. While the hype of the recent #RunAwayWithMeme trend is still going, Jepsen premiered her brand new video for “Boy Problems” today. The Petra Collins directed visual takes inspiration from 80’s sitcoms with cheesy transitions, over the top fashion and bright colored lights. The video follows Jepsen and her girl squad, which includes Rookie Magazine’s Tavi Gevinson and Instagram Model Barbie Ferreira, through different scenes including an office and a sleepover. Check out the music video for “Boy Problems” below!

Feb 25 Listen: Carly Rae Jepsen -“Everywhere You Look”

Carly Rae Jepsen’s highly anticipated take on the Full House theme song is finally here! Jepsen’s version of “Everywhere You Look” will serve as the theme song for the sequel of Full House, Fuller House, which will be available on Netflix starting this Friday. The Butch Walker produced is a perfect showcase of Jepsen’s signature bubblegum pop style and will likely be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. You’re welcome. Listen to “Everywhere You Look” below!

Dec 11 Year In Review: 15 Best Albums of 2015

2015 has been one of the most exciting years in music in recent years. Every month saw the release of at least one fantastic album, many of which went unnoticed. Thinking about it, it’s crazy that in one year alone, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Lana Del Rey, The Weeknd, Adele, all released albums. As the end of the year is near, Trendio’s editors narrowed the albums that made quite the impression, one certain to last way beyond 2015. Check out our picks for ’15 Best Albums of 2015′ below and be sure to drop a line, agreeing / disagreeing with...more

Dec 10 Year In Review: 25 Best Songs of 2015

Of all the lists we have had to compile, this, by far, was the toughest. Why? Narrowing the best tracks that were released in 2015 is like finding a needle in a haystack, the haystack being all of the great songs that were released this year. The saying “‘Tis the season” was applicable to the better part of this year as every single day, there was a brand new gift – in the form of music – to be unraveled. To make things less difficult (well, sorta), each Trendio editor was asked to pick five of their favorite songs born...more

Nov 19 Listen: Carly Rae Jepsen – “Last Christmas”

It’s officially Christmas time and Carly Rae Jepsen knows it. The 29-year old singer, who released one of the most critically acclaimed and underrated pop albums of the year E·MO·TION, recorded a cover of WHAM’s Christmas classic “Last Christmas”. Jepsen’s cover is sonically cohesive with her sound for this era. It’s heavily influenced by the sounds of the 80’s and her sweet-as-sugar voice gives it just the right dose of nostalgia. Saxophones, sensual harmonies and finger snaps all make an appearance in Jepsen’s version of the song. Listen to “Last Christmas” below. Jepsen’s cover is scheduled to be released on digital retailers on...more