Charlie Puth has Talent
This past weekend, I took my sister to a Shawn Mendes concert, and I left that concert with a new found appreciation for Charlie Puth. Not the crazy fanatic girl appreciation, but I am now definitely a fan.
I was not planning on enjoying Charlie Puth’s headlining performance as much as I did. In fact, I didn’t even know that he actually sang. As we drove to the concert, I literally asked my sister what he would even sing, because I was under the impression that he was a DJ. I expected turntables and retro lights on stage before the place got turnt.
Needless to say, I was blown away by all of Puth’s songs. Not only can he sing, but that boy can hit a note and hold it. He’s very inclusive of the crowd in his performances, with them either singing along to popular songs like “We Don’t Talk Anymore“, or tearing up as he serenaded them to songs like “See You Again“.
Now, I’m a fan, and his songs play in the car on my long drives. As a result, I thought I would share with you some of my favorites.
I’m sure that everybody knows this song at this point:
But I’m here to share songs that may not be as popular as this song. Check them out.
My 3 Favorite Charlie Puth Songs (That Have Not Been on the Radio)
I think that everyone has experienced a desire for something that is bad for you, whether it be a person or an inanimate object. It goes hand in hand with that saying that too much of a good thing is a bad thing. I love this song because Puth is really personable in this song. It’s hard to stay away from something you love, and harder to realize that that love is destroying you.
I think I ended up remembering this song just because he introduced it in such an ironic way. He legitimately said, “I wrote this song during the highlight of my life. It’s called “Suffer”.” I will say that even though it was the highlight of his life, Puth truly encompasses the feeling of suffering in this song.
3. “Does It Feel“
Ever question the credibility of someone who dumped you? Honestly, I do this when I get lonely, and this feeling is captured in this song. Listening to this song makes me actually want to call up the Ex’s, which probably is not a good thing, but it shows how real Puth’s music feels to me.
For this music Monday, I would definitely recommend that you all check out Charlie Puth if you have yet to do so. Hopefully, you can appreciate the emotions in his songs as much as I do. Or, if you’re a die-hard Charlie Puth fan, am I missing a song? Let me know what you think and what you want to read next.