Voicenotes Charlie Puth

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Label: Artist Partner

Genre: Pop

Subgenre: Pop Rock

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  • 1The Way I Am03:06
  • 2Attention03:28
  • 3LA Girls03:17
  • 4How Long03:20
  • 5Done For Me (feat. Kehlani)03:00
  • 6Patient03:10
  • 7If You Leave Me Now (feat. Boyz II Men)04:03
  • 8BOY04:23
  • 9Slow It Down03:10
  • 10Change (feat. James Taylor)03:37
  • 11Somebody Told Me03:36
  • 12Empty Cups02:50
  • 13Through It All03:26
  • Total Runtime44:26

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Multi-Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/producer Charlie Puth has officially unveiled his new single "How Long," the second single released from his highly-anticipated sophomore album, 'VoiceNotes,' and the follow-up to 2016's ARIA Top Ten album, 'Nine Track Mind.'

How Long was solely produced by Puth and written with collaborators Jacob Kasher (Attention) and Justin Franks (See You Again) giving fans another taste of the tone he's setting for VoiceNotes.

New Jersey-born Puth catapulted to superstardom in 2016 at light speed as a songwriter, producer and vocalist on Wiz Khalifa's See You Again, the emotional tribute to Paul Walker in FURIOUS 7. The song has officially entered the history books as one of the decade's biggest singles, topping the ARIA singles chart and the US Billboard's Hot 100 for a stunning 12 weeks and has become YouTube's "second most popular video of all-time" with 2.1 billion-plus views. It won two Billboard Music Awards, a Critic's Choice Award for "Best Song," a Hollywood Film Award, 2 Teen Choice Awards, a Golden Globe Award nomination in the category of "Best Original Song" and three GRAMMY® Award nods, including the prestigious "Song of the Year."

Charlie has maintained this perpetual motion with the now ARIA double platinum 2017 single Attention. The song cracked 3 million Spotify streams in just a week, and its sexy music video racked up over 3 million views in under 24 hours and has become his highest performing solo video to date, reaching nearly 500 million views. Both self-written and self-produced, Attention has garnered critical praise with the NY Times declaring it "a savage takedown rendered in pinpoint 1980s soft-soul haze smacked hard by glossy funk," while Billboard touted it as "a polished, groove-injected first taste from his upcoming sophomore album."

Charlie Puth
first fell in love with music growing up by the shore in Rumson, New Jersey. “I didn’t grow up wealthy,” he says. “But my mom and dad worked really hard and came from the bottom up.” He credits his supportive parents for his early music education, citing his idol James Taylor as his primary influence. “My mom would put headphones on her belly and play his records to me while she was pregnant,” he says. Later on, Puth’s father exposed him to R&B artists like Barry White, The Isley Brothers, and Marvin Gaye, while his mother, a piano teacher, played him classical music and began teaching him piano when he was four years old.

Puth played piano throughout his childhood and began studying jazz at the age of 10. As a high-school student, he spent his Saturdays commuting into the city to study classical and jazz at Manhattan School of Music in Harlem. “I thought I was going to be a jazz piano player, but I always had an interest in pop because my parents would listen to all this pop music,” he recalls. “I always tried to incorporate pop elements into the jazz I was playing.” Puth began listening to more and more pop, fascinated by the way it was produced, especially Max Martin’s late ’90s work, which led him to buy his first music production keyboard at age 11 and start making his own CDs. Shortly after, Puth began writing his own songs and eventually posting them on YouTube, along with covers. In 2011, Ellen DeGeneres tapped Puth and a friend to appear on her show after their cover of Adele’s “Someone Like You” went viral. Puth appeared on the show twice and watched his international fan base grow both on and offline. “It got me in front of 30 million people,” he says of the experience. “It pushed me into a different area I never thought I would reach.”

Puth has since worked with Max Martin (on Nine Track Mind’s “Then There’s You”) and returned to DeGeneres’ show to perform “See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa, so in a sense, he’s come full circle. And his most fervent wish is that his fans will be as inspired by his story as he is by theirs. “I’ve gotten some pretty powerful messages from fans,” Puth says. “There was one girl who was being physically abused by her parents and she made the decision to run out of her home. She had my music on her iPod when she was running away. I check in on her and make sure she’s okay. People go through some crazy shit in this world, and they need some sort of soundtrack to go along with their lives because sometimes it's really hard. It's kind of nice to have a comforting voice or an uplifting melody to help you get to wherever you’re going.”

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