Charlie Puth Delays Album Release But Promises To Drop Collaboration With Boys II Men On Thursday

Charlie Puth has bad news and good news for his fans.

The “Attention” singer tweeted Wednesday night that he was, unfortunately, postponing the release of his second studio album “Voicenotes”.

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“I’m producing this album all myself and with that comes a lot of work, and in my opinion, the album is not perfect yet,” Puth explained to fans. “However, it will still come out this year, and soon.”

But the 26-year-old singer-songwriter has a way to remedy the situation. “To make it up to all of you, here’s the good news. I’m putting out a song I did with Boys II Men tomorrow,” he tweeted. “And it’s probably one of my favourite songs I’ve ever written. Love you guys and thank you for understanding.”

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Listen to the new collaboration with internationally renowned R&B vocal group Boys II Men below.

Both of Puth’s singles off “Voicenotes” — “Attention” and “How Long” — have charted, with the former peaking at number five on the Billboard Hot 100.

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