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Artiste: Charlie Puth Label: Warner Music
DESPITE being a YouTube star, I’m sure it wasn’t until the release of the film, Furious 7, that the world really took notice of Charlie Puth.
Puth provided the vocals for the very catchy chorus of the heartbreaking See You Again, a tribute to the late Paul Walker.
Now, the singer has released his very own album, filled with sickly sweet lyrics and Puth’s enchanting falsetto that aim to make teenage girls swoon.
While I personally feel Puth has the vocal chops to veer out of the pop genre, he seems to have played it safe here. Still,
is a very decent effort from this young singer, as it has a good mix of songs and most of them are incredibly catchy.
After a listen or two, you would probably be humming or singing them out loud. There are 13 tracks in
– all about falling in love, falling out of love, dealing with breakups and the like.
If you’re like me and prefer albums filled with tracks that don’t just deal with relationships and want something a little more
One Call Away, Marvin Gaye featuring Meghan Trainor, We Don’t Talk Anymore featuring Selena Gomez, and, of course, See You Again featuring Wiz Khalifa.
Other than those tracks, the ones that catch my attention for a split second are Suffer, Some Type of Love and Losing My Mind as they feel a little more experimental.
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