It's Tuesday! Time for another round of "5 Must-Hear Pop Songs of the Week"!
This week's roundup features a slay session by Canada's savior of pop, not one, but two appearances by Bad Boy's most seductive electro-R&B vixen, and a little bit of controversy (uh huh).
1.) Carly Rae Jepsen, "Turn Me Up"
Sure, Carly Rae Jepsen (or, as known by her Canadian birth name, Slayly Reign Jepselegend... too much?) is nowhere near done wreaking radio havoc with her unparalleled 2012 smash "Call Me Maybe," but she's already got a healthy helping of soon-to-be smashes lying in wait on her sensational American debut, Kiss. Case in point? "Turn Me Up," a powerhouse pop production that finds Miss Jepsen lamenting a relationship on the rocks atop a surging beat: "I'm breaking up with you, you're breaking up on me/ You kiss me through the phone, and I don't think it reaches," she cries out on the sing-along ready chorus, as the track suddenly explodes into a raving mixture of sparkling synthesizers and dub-laden beats. (Is that even the chorus? There's like three.) It's absolutely massive and ridiculously catchy in every possible way -- perhaps even as much as "Call Me Maybe."
Listen to more Must-Hear Pop Songs Of The Week after the jump.