Carly Rae Jepsen albums and songs sales

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Forever related to her breakthrough hit Call Me Maybe, Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen issued this year her 6th album, The Loneliest Time.

It would be easy to flag her as a one-hit wonder, but artists can develop a consistent career off the radar. We check her sales and streaming figures to see where she is up to.


Last sales update
December 20, 2022.

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Carly Rae Jepsen Albums Sales

Figures listed in this section reflect pure sales of long playing formats, either albums, compilations or videos. Of course, streams are excluded.

CSPC Carly Rae Jepsen album sales breakdowns


Carly Rae Jepsen Songs Sales

In this section, figures reflect all metrics of songs’ sales, these are audio streams, video streams, and sales (physical singles, downloads, ringtones).

In order to do so, these numbers are converted into Equivalent Albums Sales (EAS), according to the formula below.

( Spotify * ArtistRatio + Genie * 2.20 + AWA * 100 / 4 + Anghami + Boomplay + Audiomack ) / 1500 + ( QQ views* 50(or 5) + YouTube * 1.1 ) / 6750 + Digital sales (DL+RT) * 0.15 + Physical sales * 0.30

CSPC Carly Rae Jepsen songs streams and sales breakdowns

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Carly Rae Jepsen CSPC Results

Call Me Maybe was an out of the blue smash, quickly becoming one of the biggest hits of its decade. It also pushes the parent album Kiss up to 7.8 million equivalent album sales.

Obviously, following up such a monster is near impossible. She still got two more good sized hits, Good Time and I Really Like You.

The latter greatly contributes in sending Emotion to multi-million sales.

The rest of her discography has much weaker results in spite of her great success in Asia. Overall, Carly Rae Jepsen stands at 11.36 million units.

Singles CSPC results

The list is compiled in album equivalent sales generated by each song. Therefore, these figures are not merged units of singles formats. Instead, it includes weighted sales of the song’s physical single, download, ringtone and streaming as well as its share among sales of all albums on which it is featured.

1. 2011 – Carly Rae JepsenCall Me Maybe [Kiss]5,120,000
2. 2012 – Owl City & Carly Rae JepsenGood Time [Kiss]1,920,000
3. 2015 – Carly Rae JepsenI Really Like You [Emotion]1,220,000




Dynamic Spotify Key Performance Indicators

Please note that numbers below are retrieved automatically, so they will evolve day by day unlike previously listed data which is valid as of the publication date of the article.

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly

Current followers count: 5,190,497
5,000,000 followers have been reached on 05/04/22
4,000,000 followers have been reached on 05/02/20
3,000,000 followers have been reached on 04/29/20
>> Daily breakdown

Current streams count: 3,140,155,549
3,000,000,000 streams have been reached on 10/28/22
2,000,000,000 streams have been reached on 08/19/20
>> Daily breakdown

Carly Rae Jepsen is #447 among the most streamed artists of all-time
Popularity Rating: 75/100

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Current monthly listeners: 14,468,626 (Trend: -539,596)
Global chart position: #391
The artist top 50 cities come from 27 distinct countries
>> Global impact breakdown

Sources: IFPISpotifyYouTubeDiscogsBillboard.

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Dtew

Love Carly and her music!

Tommy

Such a talented artist, the collapse in sales was inevitable I suppose from Call me maybe but I wish she had a bigger cult following that could rack her up decent units.

ojd

emotion, one of the best pure pop album of 2010’s and criminally underrated

Togetic

The article is incorrect, many songs are considered orphan like Cut to the Feeling and the Emotion Side B tracks which should all be part of the Emotion era, which would raise its total to almost 2.5M units. And Dedicated + Dedicated Side B should be counted towards the Dedicated era. Also “Party for One” is counted as orphan despite appearing on Dedicated. All this would contribute to pushing the Dedicated era to over 500k units. Both would be more respectable totals that show she actually has managed to create a cult fanbase.

matt

I think you’re just thinking of what would look better units wise.

Both Dedicated side B and Emotion Side B charted as separate efforts on Billboard and international charts, and are thus certified as such. They’re not the same album, they’re different projects, one being the original album and the Side B pieces being outtakes from the original. It would be sort of unfair to count them as one.

Iván44

Can you please do Sia and Avril Lavigne??

matt
Cameron Tracy

Can you do Kesha next? And Nicki Minaj with Hillary duff, and Tiffany darwish as an 80s artist for my request since 2017 no more 60s artists or 70s just 2000s and onwards I’ve been a huge fan for 6 years now

matt

I think that they’ve previously mentioned that Nicki Minaj isn’t worth studying due to her large discography with a lot of early 2010s songs whose digital sales are hard to estimate.

The results will also probably be sort of disapponting in comparison to the amount of work it takes to analyze each song released by her.

Tommy

Agreed, but imo she is such a major artist that it feels weird to be missing, similarly to Kanye.

matt

True. They might study her once she finally meets the 50M CSPC requirement. And Kanye is #1 on the Leaderboard so I guess his article will come out soon enough.