Call Me Maybe: Song of the Summer
August/03/2012 06:35 AM
Carly Rae Jepsen takes the summer by storm!
The Summer of 2012 will be remembered for two things: The London 2012 Olympics and Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me, Maybe song dominating the airwaves.
Her song will go down as the Summer of 2012 soundtrack. Even gold medal winning Olympians in London are singing--watch video here--Call Me, Maybe!
According to acharts.us: “The song Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen has been listed for 401 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 42/2011 in the Canada Singles Top 100.”
Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Vocal,Teen Pop, Dance
- Released: Feb 22, 2012
- ℗ 2012 Interscope Records
As of today, Carly Rae Jepsen’s song sits at no. 3 on the iTunes charts--It held the the no. 1 spot most of the summer--and has dominated the Billboards. It’s rated on the Hot 100, Pop Songs, Latin Songs, Dance / Club Play Songs, Radio Songs, Digital Songs, On Demand Songs. It’s hot in Japan, Germany and France. And yes, it is topping the ringtone charts as well. Why wouldn’t it be?
The Harvard Baseball 2012 Call Me Maybe Cover of Call Me Maybe has garnered over 15 Million views on You Tube:
We’re wondering how many calls those boys have gotten...
The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae video on You Tube hasn’t done badly either with over 10 Million views. But then again, cheerleaders in bikinis will do that...
And let’s face it, those cute girls were getting called anyway
“Bring along your camera. You might get some nice snaps.” With those words, spoken on July 28, 1968, a fellow photographer invited Tom Murray to a publicity shoot for an unnamed band. As it turned out, the band was The Beatles.
Song of the Week: Thursday, August 2, 2012
In the spirit of the Summer Olympics in London, Life of a Rock Star™ has chosen a song off of the “Isles of Wonder” album for Song of the Week.
The Arctic Monkeys cover The Beatles tune, “Come Together” with an old school sound that does proper homage to The Beatles and the true intention of the song. It is a song that evokes global international spirit--although that is far from the origin of the inspiration for the writing of the song--during a time when it is most needed.