The final version of Take A Picture was premiered live on American Idol on May 15th. After the performance, the song was also made available to download for free through the American Idol website for a limited time until May 17th. The song was officially released on May 21st exclusively in North America. 
TUCKER: "Call Me Maybe" was a irresistible hit for its catchy chorus and Jepsen's winsome but not cutesy vocal. The sentiment it expressed captured a certain mood not often written about in pop music - the casual come-on, hiding some of your interest in someone by trying to seem nonchalant, even as there's a lot of roiling emotion just below that oh-so-casual surface. On this album, Jepsen drops the studied nonchalance, but she doesn't go all moody or rebellious or self-conscious on us. The music stays, for the most part, swift and airy, yet strong enough to carry weightier strategies. An example of this is "Run Away With Me," which begins by throwing you off-balance with its honking saxophone before launching into a request to a lover to both escape and commit to each other.
She also shared a link in her tweet where people could listen to her two bonus tracks. Carly Rae Jepsen's Emotion Expanded tracks are also available for download on iTunes. Meanwhile, Carly Rae Jepsen is also working on a new album during the quarantine. 2b1af7f3a8