Carly Rae Jepsen is a kween of many crowns. The Canadian pop singer became the kween of indie pop thanks to her 2015 album E•MO•TION, and now she is spreading her reign to include remixes. That means even more CRJ. And as her loyal followers, that makes us very happy.
The singer reissued E•MO•TION in Japan and included remixes as well as two new tracks titled First Time and Fever (listen here). Jepsen’s single Run Away With Me is featured on the new disc, reimagined by Y2K and Velvet Sunrise, but now the song is getting even more attention.
Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump has taken his turn at remixing the upbeat, travel inspiration song, slowing it down and adding some fun sound effects throughout. The Vine-friendly saxophone solo is still present, with Stumps’ Run Away With Me slightly tweaking the track to give it a stretched out, chill vibe.
In addition to Stump, two more new remixes of Run Away With Me have popped up, including an Ayokay remix from the American producer that completely changes the song and turns it into a stripped down, harp and piano-loving pop track that we are totally feeling.
Jepsen has also shared EMBRZ’s remix of her single, which turns the fast-paced track into a slowed-down ballad that has us dreaming about twinkly lights and first kisses.
Carly Rae Jepsen is currently on tour across Canada with Hedley and Francesco Yates.