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Owl City’s Adam Young recently stopped by to chat with JJ on Z100 in New York City to talk about what he’s been up to since the release of his hit single ‘Fireflies’, his game plan for making an album, how his duet with Carly Rae Jepsen happened, if he would date the Canadian pop star and more.
Asked about where he’s been since ‘Fireflies’, Adam said, “Just kind of stayed off the radar.
For each question, he has a matter-of-fact answer, always polite, but succinct. Those interactions, after all, are what homecomings are all about, and it lightened both of our moods significantly.
Then comes the awkward realization that the recorder wasn't started for any of this. This isn't the first interaction we've had, so I'm used to his shyness and am trying to match his lack of intensity. We return to the topic of "Good Time," which has peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, and is one of several duets he's performed with female voices throughout his career.
Thus, this year's The Midsummer Station is ratcheted up with the aforementioned Jepsen collaboration, a duet with Blink-182's Mark Hoppus called "Dementia," and "Shooting Star," a co-write with Norwegian production juggernaut Stargate, who have helped create hits for Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Beyonce.
In a 2010 exchange, I asked him if he'd ever write a jingle for Coca-Cola, where he worked briefly in Owatonna before his career took off. The man is on crutches and punches Young's arm affectionately.] Hey how are you? ' [chuckles] So it's always like a different world as far as artistry in general." Additionally, "Good Time" features about 50 other locals in the form of the Minneapolis Youth Chorus giddily singing backing vocals.
It’s all about taking it to the next level for me.”As for the ‘Good Time’ collaboration, he said, “Our managers grew up together…
They put us together on e-mail and I introduced myself to Carly and said, ‘Hey I’m Adam.
"I've never really experienced a lot of stuff worth singing about," he says. We play it live and it's tough to get through the song without choking up because it's so personal.
"So I kind of had to dig back over the course of my life. I'm singing about real things, which is kind of new to me." Minnesota music fans will be surprised that another thing is completely new to Adam Young: First Avenue.