Charlie Puth visits the Wild West and fights with alcohol in the music video for “Missing One,” a song from his recently released third album “Charlie.”
Directed by Phillip R Lopez, the music video is shot to look like a singer, songwriter and producer in a Western movie, which contains many tropes of human potential. expect – like horses, harmonicas, old saloons, bad people. beards, and street duels, plus a few things people might not get, like skin care products, bananas, and soda machines.
“Missing Person” is one of 12 songs from “Charlie,” an album that has already featured five singles, including “Light Switch,” “That’s Awesome,” and “Left and Right,” a single with same Jungkook. BTS. . The EP is Puth’s first since 2018’s “Voicenotes.” As Stern Show fans may recall, the musician has also recorded both a Robin Quivers parody and the song “Kick ’em with the Hein” for the Stern Show.
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Longtime “Voice” coach Adam Levine revealed that he cares about more than just people’s ability to sing. The Maroon 5 frontman, Stern Show regular and recent Cameo recipient also has a strong interest in helping singer-songwriters craft the perfect song. 카지노사이트
NBC has released a commercial for its upcoming show “Songland,” produced by Levine and Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart. The reality competition series seeks to discover new talent and raise the curtain on how to create chart-topping music.
The show’s contestants will help a number of artists, including former Stern Show hosts John Legend and Meghan Trainor, as well as singer and record producer Charlie Puth, who ‘recent years recorded both a parody of Robin Quivers and “Hit. ’em with the Huh’ for the Stern Show. Will.i.am, Jonas Brothers, Macklemore, One Republic, Aloe Blacc and Leona Lewis are other big names that appeared in “Songland”. Each event will have a winner, according to the report, and their prize will include a recording of their song by a guest artist. “Every artist is looking for the same thing: the next big hit,” Legend says in the ad (above).
The legend has written many of his own songs, but as fans of The Stern Show will remember, he is also willing to perform songs written by others. When the award-winning artist made his Stern Show debut in 2013, he sat down at the piano and belted out a unique rendition of Bruce Springsteen’s hit song “Dancing in the Dark.”