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Charlie Puth

Charles Puth is an American singer-songwriter and record producer. His initial exposure came through the viral success of his song covers uploaded to YouTube. Puth signed with the record label eleveneleven in 2011 after performing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, while also songwriting and producing material for other artists. Puth eventually signed to Atlantic Records and Artist Partner Group to release his debut single, "Marvin Gaye" (featuring Meghan Trainor) in 2015. Later that year, he was featured on the single "See You Again" by Wiz Khalifa, which peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 for 12 non-consecutive weeks, received diamond certification from the RIAA, and earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song nomination, along with three nominations at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards including Song of the Year. Puth's debut studio album, Nine Track Mind, was released in 2016 to moderate commercial success and generally negative critical reception; it reached the top 10 in the US and UK. The album's third single, "We Don't Talk Anymore" (featuring Selena Gomez), peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100. His second album, Voicenotes (2018), was met with slightly improved critical reception and similar commercial success. The album spawned the Hot 100 top-five single "Attention" and received a nomination for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. In 2021, Puth co-wrote and produced the single "Stay" for Justin Bieber and The Kid Laroi, becoming his first non-performing production to peak the Hot 100 as it achieved further success internationally. Puth's third studio album, Charlie, was released in 2022; it was preceded by the singles "Light Switch" and "Left and Right" (featuring Jungkook), both of which reached the top 30 on the Hot 100.
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