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16 July 2012, 13:25 | Updated: 16 July 2012, 13:49
The 'Call Me Maybe' singer admits the process of how the record has come about has been a "shock" to her.
Carly Rae Jepsen has confirmed that her collaboration with Justin Bieber will feature on her upcoming debut studio album.
The 'Good Time' singer told MTV that duets with LMFAO's Redfoo, Owl City and a song with Fun guitarist jack Antonoff will also be on the record.
"The way my album has come together has been sort of a shock for me," she confessed.
The Canadian described teaming up with Redfoo as "neat" revealing they made the majority of their track together over the phone.
"It's really neat. We made friends and started working on a song together, and we actually started working on a majority of that song over the phone," she admitted.
Speaking about her time with Fun star Jason, she added: "That was sort of a random collaboration of us both really digging what the other person did.
"And the last collaboration is a song with Justin Bieber. We're gonna do a little duet. And then the rest are sort of like, I think 'Call Me Maybe' is a pretty fair representation. It is pop, but there's also dance-pop and a little hint of folk-pop.
You can view a picture of Carly on the set of her new music video below: (Picture: Splash)
She also revealed that she actually spoke with Justin about recording together on the first day they met.
"It was a song that him and Toby Gad brought to the table and asked [me to record]," she recalled. "Actually, on my first introduction of Bieber, he was like, Do you wanna sing this song?' I said, 'Yes!' I love that track as well, so it was exciting."
The singer has been recently pictured on the set of her new music video for the Owl City collaboration 'Good Time' and is expected to release her album in September.