Our unofficial music boyfriend is finally back in the game with an all-new album! After four painfully long years overall hottie and music prodigy, Charlie Puth has returned from his hiatus to announce his third studio album Charlie due October 7, 2022. We are so happy that Charlie decided to venture back into the music business, there were some questionable clips that suddenly surfaced from the lost star during the past years. Do you guys also remember the random Subway ad he did? Weird times.

The album doesn’t come as the biggest surprise to his fans tho because Puth took his 17.9 million TikTok followers along every step of the way while developing the most vulnerable album of his career. Every one of the 12 singles will authentically represent a piece of himself, as he splinters up his soul to create…well…Charlie.

While gearing up for its release, Puth dropped his very catchy single, “Light Switch,” in January 2022 which hit #1 on the Apple iTunes Pop Chart. Following it up with an emotional and moving song “That’s Hilarious” also featured on the upcoming album. The tune is dripping with hearth ache and his pain is evident in every resonance of the minor key that makes up the melody. It’s that type of song that leaves you in tears, but you just can’t stop hitting replay because it resonates with you, and simply put it is a true banger. Although the tragic love songs are what made Charlie famous in the first place we can’t help but hope that he will finally find his one true love. Only happy songs from now on Puth, you deserve it.

And how can we forget the recent collab with none other than BTS’s Jung Kook?! ICONIC. “Left And Right” is the dreamy boy group-esque jolly tune that just sweetens your everyday routine.  

The way their voices harmonize just sends shivers down my spine. How can you not just swoon for these two sweet, soft boys with their angelic vocal cords? (Fan-girling clearly encouraged).

Puth’s 2020 collaboration with Gabby Barrett on their “I Hope” Remix earned him his fourth top 10 track on the Billboard Hot 100, hit number one on the Billboard “Adult Pop Songs” chart, and won a 2021 Billboard Music Award for “Top Collaboration.” Puth also co-wrote and produced The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber’s record-breaking single, “Stay,” which quickly became one of the biggest songs of 2021 and holds the title for the longest-reigning No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200 chart and the first to lead it for double-digits – spending a total of eleven weeks at the top of the chart.

In an interview with Insider Charlie revealed the rather interesting motivation for his new album:

“The one word that comes to mind when I think about this album in the beginning when I was making it, was ‘revenge. I was mostly, I guess, angry. You know when someone cuts you off in traffic and they speed ahead of you and you obviously shouldn’t do anything because it’s dangerous, but you start to think in your mind, ‘Oh, if they pulled up next to me, I would’ve flipped them off, and I would’ve said this and that?’ It was basically a year of that.”

Charlie Puth

This new attitude toward creating music was partially encouraged by Elton Jhon after he told Puth that his old music was “ass”. Yikes, if THE God of pop music himself gives you such destructive feedback any of us would crumble. Major props to Charlie for being brave enough to get back into the business to prove that he can step up his game even more. (I loved the old Puth just as much tho, no shade on my boy please!)

Ready…set…go! Click HERE and pre-order Charlie now and be one of the first to get your hands on Charlie Puth’s new music.

German/Polish student located in the Bay Area, exploring the US through music and art. Follow me on Insta @nicoleworldtraveller to join me on my adventures!
German/Polish student located in the Bay Area, exploring the US through music and art. Follow me on Insta @nicoleworldtraveller to join me on my adventures!

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