In an industry now inundated with watered down and flavour-deficient R&B, Charlie Puth is a breath of fresh air.
On his last album ‘Voicenotes’, the entertainer successfully merged Pop, R&B & Gospel to create a soulful universe powered by tales of jealousy (‘Attention‘), short-lived love affairs (‘LA Girls‘), the perils of fame (‘The Way I Am‘) and inequality (‘Change‘).
Now he is ready to deliver its follow-up and will launched its campaign with the unveiling of its lead single ‘Girlfriend.’
Girlfriend is one of my favorite songs I’ve ever made.
— Charlie Puth (@charlieputh) June 22, 2020
The single impacts retailers on Thursday and will follow the release of ‘Harleys in Hawaii’ (the slinky cut he penned with Katy Perry) and after his opening album ‘Nine Track Mind’ sold 2 million sales-equivalent units in the United States with help from the singles ‘Marvin Gaye’, ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ and ‘See You Again’.