After a year of major teasing, unpredictable TikTok’s, jaw dropping Instagram posts, gay frenzies, and millions of horny fan meltdowns, Charlie Puth has finally released his highly anticipated third studio album, “Charlie.” A record that makes you want to cry, have sex, and party is what Charlie delivered and it is hands down the best work he has ever released.
“When You’re Sad I’m Said,” is comparable to watching The Notebook forty times in a row and suddenly realizing you’re still single. Don’t worry though, because that won’t last when you then make your way to “Marks On My Neck,” which will make you want to get drunk and call your ex. Oh, and be ready to party in your feels with “Tears On My Piano.”
When opening up to Glamour about the album, Charlie expressed just how much this music means to him. “It’s a big deal for me, because at the very beginning of my career, it was more about having the hit song, the hit record. Nobody necessarily cared about who was singing it,” he says. “I’ve never put out music that is truly Charlie, that’s truly myself—my personality with some melody attached to it. And that’s what this album is.”
As for oversharing? He doesn’t give a fuck. “Maybe sometimes I overshare a bit too much online, but I don’t fucking care,” he said to the magazine. “This is the happiest I’ve ever been in my musical career, and it just so happens to be the proudest I’ve ever been in regard to the way that I look and present myself. I feel like I’ve really come into my own stylistically.”
Charlie will kick off his 2022 limited tour run in two weeks before taking the shows to Europe. The singer teased that he will also be going on a larger world tour in 2023. It’s safe to say that Mr. Puth is definitely booked and busy ladies and gentleman.
“Charlie” is out now. Watch the official music video for “Loser,” here and get tickets here!