Charlie Puth Teams Up With Kyle For A New Remix Of “Attention”
Charlie Puth’s “Attention” is the ultimate slow-burn hit. It took a while to catch on, but now there’s no stopping the moody anthem. The track, which was co-written with Jacob Kasher, is number one at pop radio and edging ever closer to the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. To help things along, the 25-year-old is dropping remixes aimed at different audiences. He got the ball rolling with a club-friendly David Guetta overhaul and now turns to Kyle for a hip-hop edge.
The “iSpy” hitmaker introduces the collaboration with a message for his ex. “I ain’t tryin’ to place no blame, everything my mom said came true,” Kyle spits. “She said we’d be better of friends, now that would make no sense.” He returns later in the song for a longer verse about the break-up from hell. There’s a lot of life left in “Attention,” but Charlie is reportedly prepping the next single from sophomore LP, Voice Notes (due fall). While we wait for that, check out his new remix below as well as a couple of songs from his recent Spotify session.