Charlie Puth Says His New Music Will Feel ‘100 Percent Me’: Watch


Charlie Puth stopped to speak with with Billboard’s Keith Caulfield on the purple carpet on the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday (Feb. 10), discussing his Grammy nominations, the truth that he has impressed his followers to take up music, and what the “subsequent chapter” of music for him might be.   

Puth, who’s nominated for a handful of Grammy awards together with Best Engineered Album for his report Voicenotes, is requested the way it feels to be nominated for such a singular class. “I believe it’s uncommon and funky,” he replies. “I believe David Bowie and Prince had this nomination final. Good pool to be in with.”   

“Berklee College of Music positive is completely satisfied,” he provides. “And I’m tremendous completely satisfied and thrilled. I’m very humbled that they’d acknowledge how the report was combined. I spent numerous time on it.”  


Caulfield then brings up the truth that he noticed a fan of Puth’s lately determined to study to play the piano due to the singer. Asked the way it feels to know that he has that type of affect on his listeners, Puth responds, “I by no means thought that there could be a day and age the place I’d be interacting with hundreds of thousands of individuals at a time…I’m a horrible piano trainer. Don’t ask me for classes! But I’m completely satisfied that they’re enjoying.”   

Finally, Puth is requested a couple of current tweet of his, which declared this might be one other "chapter” for him. Asked what meaning, Puth replies, “I used to be instructed so lengthy to not do my very own factor and I’ve to make my music sound this manner. I’ve to put on my freaking hair a sure means.”  

“I’m simply lastly, after three years of following different individuals’s orders, doing what I wanna do,” he continues. “And Voicenotes was the start of me type of rebelling, I assume, towards that…this music goes to really feel very, very 100 p.c me.”  

You can watch the complete video interview with Charlie Puth above.

Charlie Puth Says His New Music Will Feel '100 Percent Me': Watch