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Review: Charlie Puth – Nine Track Mind

Charlie Puth
Nine Track Mind (Warner Music)

Breakdown: He’s the new voice everyone is talking about and American singer, Charlie Puth, has finally dropped his debut self-titled album. After writing the haunting chorus to Wiz Khalifa’s ‘See You Again’, Charlie Puth went on to release the smash hits ‘Marvin Gaye’ and ‘One Call Away’. Now, with the release of his album, Charlie hopes to dominate both the charts and the hearts of his fans.

How Many Good Tracks: 7 of the 13.

What I Liked: Charlie Puth has really stuck out of the crowd for me over the past year. Charlie is a bit of an old soul and it comes through in his music, however, they’re still Top 40 hits. The writing on this album is brilliant and captures the different elements of Charlie which is something special to see – especially on a debut album. There is something special about Charlie’s voice. It hooks you in from the very first note. The songs are open, sincere and relatable and it’s clear that Charlie has the talent to go far.

What I Didn’t Like: Although the writing on the album is fantastic, the album disappoints. The songs are constructed in the safest, most boring way possible and it makes many of the tracks on the album sound like fillers. There aren’t many hits on the album besides the singles because of this exact fact which is a shame. I think many listeners will be disappointed with the album, despite being a fan of Charlie.

Best Track: We Don’t Talk Anymore (Feat. Selena Gomez)

Rating: 3/5

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