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An Interview with Charlie Puth '13
In this event, hear from singer-songwriter and producer Charlie Puth '13 in a live interview moderated by Prince Charles Alexander, professor in the Music Production and Engineering Department.

At only 28 years old, Puth has proven to be one of industry’s most consistent hitmakers and a celebrated, multidimensional artist. Puth has already amassed eight multiplatinum singles, four Grammy nominations, two Billboard Music Awards, a Critic’s Choice Award, and a Golden Globe nomination. His 2018 Grammy-nominated LP, Voicenotes, was RIAA-certified gold only four days after its release and has logged over 3.4 billion streams worldwide. Written and produced by Puth himself, Voicenotes has received universal acclaim, including the New York Times calling it “one of the year’s best pop albums.” It features the four-times-platinum-certified “Attention,” two-times-platinum-certified “How Long,” and platinum-certified “Done for Me.” The album was nominated for a 2019 Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical and the companion Voicenotes Tour resulted in massive, sold-out headline shows across North America and Asia. Puth most recently teamed up with multiplatinum singer-songwriter and producer blackbear for a new song, “Hard on Yourself,” which seamlessly fuses funk, pop, and R&B sensibilities, and follows his 2020 summer smash, “Girlfriend,” which has garnered over 33 million worldwide streams in just a few months, with the companion music video boasting more than eight million views. Puth exploded onto the music scene writing and recording the breakout smash “See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 12 weeks and was the best-selling song of 2015 worldwide, with over 20.9 million units sold. The track received three Grammy nominations including Song of the Year, as well as a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song.

Sep 16, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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