Published Jan 12, 2015BC pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen rocketed up the charts in 2012 with her single "Call Me Maybe" and the album Kiss, and now she's poised to make her comeback. Although the pop star hasn't confirmed the details of her next project, she has revealed that some big-name collaborators are on board.
In a photo posted on Instagram late last night (January 11), the vocalist revealed that she spent the day working on "one of my fav songs" with collaborators Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid. Of course, Hynes is best known for his project Blood Orange, while Rechtshaid is a pop producer who has worked with Usher, Vampire Weekend, HAIM, Charli XCX and more.
Hynes and Rechtshaid have collaborated in the past, as they produced (and helped to co-write) Sky Ferreira's "Everything Is Embarrassing." That's the photo of them with Jepsen above.
MTV points out that, a few months ago, Jepsen posted a studio photo showing Jack Antonoff (of fun. and Bleachers), with a caption reading that they were "cooking up a new ditty."
Idolator notes that an Interscope promo website previously announced a forthcoming single from Jepsen called "I Really Like You," but the listing has since been taken down. But even if we don't have any confirmed info just yet, it's safe to say that the Bieber-associated singer has something in the works.