It took weeks for Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" to rise to the #1 spot on the Billboard chart, so she's not vacating that spot that easily. The track remains on top of the Hot 100 for a second week, and hot on its heels is a brand new song from Carly -- a duet with Owl City, the "Fireflies" guy.
The song, called "Good Time" premiered Wednesday on the Soundcloud account of Owl City, the name under which musician Adam Young records. The song, which will hit iTunes this Tuesday, is from Owl City's upcoming album The Midsummer Station, due out August 14.
Since Carly Rae's debut album isn't supposed to arrive until September, and there's been no word on a new single from her, "Good Time" is the perfect stopgap to tide over fans who are eager to hear more from the Canadian singer.
Meanwhile, "Call Me Maybe" has sold 3.6 million copies to date, according to Billboard.
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