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Carly Rae Jepsen Reveals What To Do As An Artist To Do Something Authentic

Carly Rae Jepsen Reveals What To Do As An Artist To Do Something Authentic

During a recent interview with Paper Magazine, Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen has shared about her music, career and more.

She explained that does she ever get nervous when she tells her family about sex songs. She said:

“Oh my god, I guess I never really thought of it, but you’re right. They have total access. I’m actually heading home to Canada today to see a bunch of my family. I will see if I get red in the cheeks. I feel like it’s kind of all open in “Want You in My Room.”

I’ve always played with sex in a coy-er manner where it’s very obvious if you want to read it, but it’s not straight in your face. I think “Want You in My Room” is probably the furthest. I was just like, “I’m just going to say it.” It was from the really playful production that I think makes it cheeky, too.

I guess I don’t really think too much about my family when I’m writing about sex.”

Carly Rae Jepsen also continued and mentioned what to do as an artist to do something authentic. She added:

“As an artist, if you want to be making something authentic, you have to allow yourself to be vulnerable and go to those places. I think that’s the main goal.”

She also stated she so much brave in her life:

“Also, as a woman, I surprised myself early on in my experiences with romantic relationships that I really enjoyed being the person who made the first move. I had it in my power to. There was shock and surprise.

There was a spontaneous side of me in how I flirted that really shocked me because I was quite shy in a lot of other ways. I love being able to express that with confidence as an adult.

It’s not something that I’m weirded out by, but something that I actually find to be a turn-on for me. I kind of take charge of the situation more often than not.”

You can also listen to ‘Too Much’ music video below.

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