The three of us are standing in line at Economy Candy, unspeakable volumes of sugar cradled in our arms, waiting for the cashier to humble us. Founded in , Economy Candy is the oldest candy store in New York; a junky little paradise crammed with every treat imaginable, including the weird nougat things boomers love and the floral mints Carly ate on her last tour. When we first arrived, I worried my choice of venue felt a little on the nose given her bubblegum reputation, but before I could finish the thought she joyfully beelined to a Blow Pop the size of a newborn, and I was comforted to remember that on-the-nose is kind of her thing. Consider, for instance, her outfit. Her hair is cut into a choppy bleach blond bob with bangs and her eyes are lined in thick black pencil.
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Dreaming of Canada with Carly Rae Jepsen
Initially released to digital retailers August 14, as the fourth and final promotional single leading up to the album's release, it was re-issued as the third official single on November 9, The song received mostly positive feedback from the critics, but was not a chart success. Critics have compared the song's depiction of heartbreak and yearning to the similarly-themed " Dancing on My Own " by Robyn. In reviewing for NPR, Ken Tucker highlighted "Your Type" as a clear example of Jepsen's "attempt to expand the notion of what disposable pop can sound like", further applauding its vulnerable narrative that transcends gender roles. Nolan Feeny of Time praised Jepsen's "wounded voice" for bringing emotional complexity to an otherwise "unremarkable tale".
The result? In a small but vocal corner of the internet, fans latched on to the coincidence. Jepsen, a Canadian singer-songwriter, is no stranger to viral fame, having long been the subject of memes and passionate support from her fans. Better than fine, in fact. So how, exactly, did Jepsen develop this extreme cult of popularity?