Charlie Puth Talks Nine Track Mind

( As he prepares to tour for his first major release, Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth discussed the album release, his collaboration with Selena Gomez, and using some of his relationship issues for song inspiration with Teen Vogue.

"I'm really looking forward to people hearing this body of work that I've poured my heart into." He also gives a hint of what to anticipate on the album. "I think with me and the type of music that I'm trying to make, it's always going be soulful, because I grew up listening to different types and variations of soulful melodies and jazz, but experimenting with different types of stylistic souls.

"'We Don't Talk Anymore' has a Brazilian vibe. There's a guitar. I have an idea to do a Spanish version of it, like, learn all the lyrics in Spanish and sing it like that. And 'Losing My Mind' has almost like a Travis Scott, Drake kinda vibe to it, but also has some very soulful, Luther Vandross melodies on it. I don't know, maybe soulful hip-hop with a side of jazz kinda thing?"

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