Charlie Puth Tickets
With Wiz Khalifa's wonderful ballad "See You Again", which rose in 2015 for the most successful video of the year, was also the star of Charlie Puth on international pop heaven: The singer-songwriter who previously celebrated with his YouTube Channel Charlies vlogs successes and two EPs had published on their own rave in heartbreak song from the seventh part of the "Fast & Furious" movie franchise with his spine-tingling voice and gold was the perfect counterpart to Khalifa's rap parts. In more than 100 countries ended the "farewell single," for Paul Walker, who died tragically during the filming in an accident at # 1 on the charts.
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Pop singer and songwriter Charlie Puth began his career with acoustic covers uploaded to YouTube. An early supporter was Ellen DeGeneres, who signed the Berklee College alum — along with his duet partner, Emily Luther — to her Warner Bros.-affiliated ElevenEleven label. Though nothing materialized from that deal, Puth eventually signed with Atlantic. In early 2015, he released his debut single “Marvin Gaye” — a duet with Meghan Trainor. Shortly thereafter, he gained much greater exposure as the co-songwriter, pianist, and featured vocalist on Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” recorded as a tribute to actor Paul Walker for the soundtrack to Furious 7.
The ballad reached number one in several territories, including the U.S., U.K., Germany, Australia, Italy, and Norway. “I Won’t Tell a Soul” was then released as his second proper solo single, with the EP Some Type of Love appearing in May 2015. Plans to release “I Won’t Tell a Soul” as a single were scrapped — it still appeared on the EP — as “Marvin Gaye” took off, reaching number one in the U.K. and New Zealand, while peaking at 21 on Billboard’s Hot 100. “One Call Away,” the next single culled from Puth’s forthcoming album, appeared in August 2015, while the full-length Nine Track Mind was slated for a January 2016 release.