Who is accountable? Although Charlie Puth‘s music is always a topic of conversation for his fans, the performer admitted that he doesn’t thoughts the hypothesis.
“It’s my own fault. I would rather inspire them to — if they’re musicians — maybe they want to do the same thing,” Puth, 30, solely advised Us Weekly on Tuesday, February 1, whereas selling his Frito-Lay Super Bowl spot for their “Unleash Your Flamin’ Hot” marketing campaign. “Put some real-life feelings with melody on top of it.”
The singer, who launched his newest single “Light Switch” late final month, has beforehand been linked to Selena Gomez, Bella Thorne, Halston Sage and Charlotte Lawrence.
Although Puth doesn’t thoughts when his supporters attempt to join his music to his personal life, there have been some interactions that he was much less ready for. The New Jersey native recalled as soon as receiving hair from a fan which he promptly “threw” away. He famous that he prefers “the nicer things” that he will get from followers corresponding to personal notes.
“[My favorite notes mention] that my music has helped them through difficult times and that maybe taught them something musically, like, the whole point of me making a TikTok account was to not stunt on people musically. It was to inspire the musicians and not musicians alike,” he shared with Us. “If you’re not a musician and you’ll watch my videos on this platform, maybe it’ll inspire you to make a beat or [pick up] a piano and learn how to play it.”
Puth revealed that he hopes his upcoming album will proceed to encourage his followers by exhibiting a brand new facet of him, saying, “I’m being the most authentic I’ve ever been and sonically as well. I produced this whole record for it to sound consistent. I wanted to push the limits. I wanted to push the tempos of things and I wanted to push the different sounds that I don’t think anyone’s used in the way. I’m calling it Charlie for that reason.”
The “Attention” singer has additionally branched out by showing within the new Frito-Lay industrial as an animated beatboxing fox. For Puth, the method was “super fun” despite the fact that he was initially anxious about his lack of an performing background.
“It was super easy for me to become the Fox because I had never done voiceover work before. I was a little nervous about that, but Frito-Lay told me that they just wanted me to be me, so I just imagined myself,” he detailed. “I did a couple of takes of when I was recording the beatbox and I kind of did a little bit of a high pitch thing, thinking about what a Fox would do. But they assured me that they just wanted me to become the Fox. It was really fun to see it all come together and create this musical part virtually. It ended up being a beautiful thing.”
With reporting by Christina Garibaldi
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