Charlie Puth Releases New Self-Titled Album, First In Four Years

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Charlie Puth just released his self-titled new album Charlie, his third album and first in four long years.

Described to be his most vulnerable album yet as Puth has dealt with a traumatic break-up and split with his former record label. During the past year, Charlie has released hit singles like “Light Switch,” “That’s Hilarious,” “Left and Right” featuring BTS’ Jung Kook, “Smells Like Me” and “I Don’t Think That I Like Her.”

“I’ve been doing this for eight years, but ‘CHARLIE’ is finally me,” Puth shares on the record. “For a long time, I was trying to be ‘the cool guy,’ but that was a foggy piece of glass in front of the world. Now, the glass is broken. There’s no window. You can reach right in. This is sonically my personality. The album has ended up being the most personal body of work. It’s like the sound turned into a physical being.”

Check out Charlie, available everywhere">now.

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