Charlie Puth will be dropping his self-titled album next month and has described it as “personal.”
He told Billboard, “Maybe a cliché statement for an artist to sit on this white couch and be like, ‘Oh, this is my most personal work.’ But it is for me because I’ve never had an entire body of work that was my personality with some melody attached to it.”
Puth added, “I want people to be familiar with these songs, like they’ve heard them before, because they have heard them before.”
As far as what's next on the agenda for Puth, he said, “Any song that I put out, I never think about, 'Oh, well I have to top this one.' I think about, 'How different of a song can I follow this up with?' I feel like I’ve always been, up to this point, the artist that you just hear on the radio or you listen to wherever you listen to music. No one’s ever cared about my personal life so I’m exacerbating that. I’m taking the sand paper and I’m rubbing the wood laughs That’s a weird analogy.”
The album is set to arrive on October 7th.