Listen: Carly Rae Jepsen covers No Doubt for Spotify Singles Series

Carly Rae Jepsen is showing some serious love to one of the queens of both pop-rock and pop music.

On Wednesday (Oct. 2), the Canadian singer dropped her cover of No Doubt’s 1996 hit single, “Don’t Speak.” The reworked version, which really doesn’t stray far from the original tune, is part of Spotify’s Spotify Singles series.

Taking to social media, the singer shared the track with her followers along with a short message about it.

“Had so much fun recording at the iconic Electric Lady Studios with Spotify,” the singer tweeted.

“Hope you enjoy ‘Want You In My Room’ and my cover of No Doubt’s ‘Don’t Speak.'”

Just so Carly is aware, we’re totally enjoying both of them. Listen to “Want You In My Room” and the “Don’t Speak” cover below.

Arguably No Doubt’s biggest hit (and a quintessential breakup song, if we do say so ourselves), the tune is featured on the group’s third studio album, 1995’s Tragic Kingdom.

In a “say what?!” twist, “Don’t Speak” did not chart on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart due to some weird rules at the time. But, it did get nominated for “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals” at the 1998 Grammy Awards, so that’s a win.

As for Jepsen, the pop star has had a busy year. She released her critically praised fourth studio album, Dedicated, back in May. Prior to its release, the musician unleashed several singles including “Julien,” “Now That I Found You,” “No Drug Like Me,” and “Party of One.”

In support of the 15-track release, she hit the road for her massive Dedicated North American tour during the summer months.

Last week, Jepsen released the music video for “Want You in My Room.” Watch the candy-colored music video for the catchy song above.

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