Charli XCX & Carly Rae Jepsen Debut New Music In LA

Boom Clap, new music!

Last week, during PC Music’s Pop City Party at LA’s Create, Charli XCX and Carly Rae Jepson, both performers of the night, shared a new single together on stage! The whole concert consisted of artists Charli, Jepsen, Hannah Diamond, A.G. Cooke, Danny L. Harle, QT, and Carly Rae Jepsen, among many others. The two were energetic, excited, and alive during their show. With passion, the two ladies Charli performed a song with Cook titled “Bounce;” and Jepsen had sang her track “Supernatural,” which actually was a surprise to everyone. According to Papermag, it will be a new song off of Jepsen’s upcoming studio album. Right after that, Diamond and Charli came on stage with the singer to sing their collaborative song “Paradise” whilst the crowd went wild.

Stay Tuned Interviews: Charli XCX and Carly Rae Jepsen

The whole night was for the Red Bull Music Academy’s RBMA Radio L.A. event, and it was a riot. The audience was so excited to be the first to hear the Charli and Jepsen perform together and to hear that they are working on new music and they got the sneak peek! Not to mention that the duo looked fabulous in their mini skirts and showing off their dances moves while the neon stage lights and lazer lights flashed all across the venue. The “Call Me Maybe” singer and “Boom Clap” songstress joined forces and became one grand-power team!


You can hear the new songs in the footage below.

“Bounce” is Charli’s new song that is most definitely bouncy, light-hearted, and intense. It’s a fun sing along, but it’s also got a tight rap verse to break the flow on purpose a little bit. And the drop of the song is very trap; so all in all, this song is a blend of Tip-Hop-Pop!

“Paradise” is a sweet, balladic and then poppy, epic track that will totally get the crowd bumping and up on their feet. Charli and Jepsen went all out shaking those booties and showing off their sass. They concluded their set with a sweet hug to one another.

What do you think of the songs? Let us know in the comments below!

Further References: Flipboard, Pitchfork, Papermag


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