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Carly Rae Jepsen’s Second Shot

11:30 AM Tuesday 7/24/12 |   |

Carly Rae Jepsen has the biggest song of the summer, but is she a one-hit wonder? We’ll see. The video for the next song, with Owl City, is out today.

You may not catch the title. It’s called “Good Time.” It is already No. 10 on the iTunes chart.

Apparently sponsors are investing in Jepsen being a big hit. Hypervocal made notice that the video has plenty of product placement. See if you can catch them all, and the car is just the easiest one.

Jepsen tours with Justin Bieber this fall.

Video below ...

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