Jul 242013

You may have thought you heard the last of one-hit-wonder princess Carly Rae Jepsen after her recent viral video of her fail opening pitch, but she’s not that easy to get rid of.

Though the Web has long been tired of the viral hit single Call Me Maybe, popular cover band Scott Bradlee and The Postmodern Jukebox is bringing it back to the center stage with their new vintage cover of the pop song with a 1927-themed twist. 


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Jul 162013

Remember Carly Rae Jepsen? Like most people, you were probably sure you’d never hear of the Call Me Maybe famous Canadian again after her obnoxious yet catchy one hit wonder finally faded. 

She has since resurfaced after Fox Sports video of her terrible opening pitch went viral since Sunday. Now, the clip has garnered over 3 million hits


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Nov 192012

Back in June, Carly Rae Jepsen‘s hit single Call Me Maybe was just starting to become a viralviral sensation. Like so many other people online, the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders made their very own dance music video to the catchy tune which currently stands with over 14 million views.

Now, over seven months later, US troops in Afghanistan have sent  their own Call Me Maybe dance music video, a near perfect recreation of the cheerleaders’ choreography


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Nov 192012

Music Hack Day at MIT is an international 24-hour event where musical nerds of all kinds collaborate to change the music world through technology innovation.

For ‘s project, he connected a simple wireless heart rate monitor to his computer, and by using special software, is able to manipulate the tempo of a song.

His program took his heart rate, divided it by the original tempo of the song, and used that number to control the rate of song speed. 

To demonstrate his invention, he performed jumping jacks while Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe was playing. As his heart beat increased, so did the speed of the song. It’s quite an experience. 

Over the weekend, the video went viral, garnering over 150,000 views. It has also been featured on Geek, NowMSN, and TheDailyWhat


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Nov 162012

In just one day,  has garnered over two million views on their ‘The Big Bang Theory Flash mob‘ video.

During taping of the popular nerdy-themed sitcom, the crew and actors on set suddenly burst into dance when Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe was inexplicably played over the loudspeaker system.

It seems the studio audience, directors, and producers weren’t forewarned of the fun dance event, but loved it all the same. 

The flash mob dance video is further featured on AtlanticWireEntertainmentWeekly, Vulture, Inquisitr, and HuffPost


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