In full disclosure, it begs mentioning that I am a HUGE Carly Rae Jepsen fan. Especially after the earth-shattering album she dropped last year in the form of E•MO•TION, she’d managed to convert even her most passionate detractors into brand spankin’ new superfans. Sure, I dug “Call Me Maybe” when it came out and I did lose my mind over “Tonight I’m Getting Over You” for a little while, but I never identified as a fan until last year. E•MO•TION is the quintessential pop ALBUM. Yes, that was in all caps intentionally because it’s important that everyone recognize what CRJ has accomplished here – she’s unleashed a modern day Bad or CrazySexyCool or Private Dancer or True Blue…you get the point. The album is more legendary and game-changing than any sales figure or chart performance would ever suggest. When you pair up the best sounds of the 80s and early 90s courtesy of a stellar production team with some impermeable songwriting, put all of that through the Carly Rae Jepsen hit-machine, and you’re bound to have a future classic on your hands. While I would love to gush about E•MO•TION, we’re here to talk about her quite sold out Metro show. But this lot had to be said because in all honesty, Carly could’ve sat on a milk crate and beatboxed her nearly 20 song set and I still would be giving the show a perfect rating coupled with a glowing review. Judging by the audience’s reaction, though, the 5/5 rating is quite well deserved.