Carly Rae Jepsen Unveils 'Kiss' Artwork, Justin Bieber Praises Her Album

Carly Rae Jepsen Unveils 'Kiss' Artwork, Justin Bieber Praises Her Album

The Biebs has listened to the 'Call Me Maybe' singer's upcoming studio installment during a rehearsal with his manager Scooter Braun and tweeted, 'GREAT JOB!'

After announcing the title and release date of her upcoming album "Kiss", Carly Rae Jepsen has debuted the album cover via Twitter. In the artwork, the "Call Me Maybe" hitmaker poses in front of pink background while sporting a red top. The letters "K-I-S-S", meanwhile, are featured in the four edges.

While the studio installment is yet to be made available for public, Justin Bieber has got a chance to listen to it and given it a thumb-up. Heaping praise to his fellow Canadian artist's effort, the "Boyfriend" singer tweeted, "@carlyraejepsen listened to your album today at rehearsal with @scooterbraun and the crew. GREAT JOB! #KISS"

In other news, Carly's hit single "Call Me Maybe" has lost the top spot on Billboard Hot 100 after reigning for nine weeks. It was previously declared as the longest running single to top the chart in 2012, surpassing Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" which sat on the summit for eight weeks. The catchy summer song is pushed to No. 3, with Flo Rida's "Whistle" taking the throne.

Carly's new album "Kiss" will come out on September 18. She worked with songwriters and producers namely Max Martin, Dallas Austin and LMFAO's Redfoo for the record, which is also expected to feature her collaboration with the Biebs.


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