Charlie Puth Performs “Attention” On ‘Today,’ Reveals Title Of Sophomore LP
Charlie Puth stopped by Rockefeller Plaza to perform “Attention” and some older hits for The Today Show’s Citi Concert Series. In addition to belting out his rising summer smash, the singer/songwriter casually revealed the title of his sophomore LP. “[It’s] going to be called VoiceNotes and the reason why is because every song… came about from the Voice Notes app on my iPhone,” the 25-year-old explained. “That’s why you hear at the end of the ‘Attention’ music video.”
Why? “I’m really bad at writing music notes down, that’s one of the classes I was really bad at at school… but when I have an idea I just record it on my phone and then I go to the studio and then kind of just break it down,” Charlie continued. The pop star then revealed that the album will drop in fall and confirmed that he will perform a smattering of new material while on tour with Shawn Mendes. Watch him perform “Attention” and explain his new album title below.
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