Charlie Puth first gained traction in the music world when rapper Wiz Khalifa's song "See You Again," on which he was featured and co-wrote, came out as part of the soundtrack to the movie "Furious 7." Since then the song has become a global phenomenon, much like Puth.
Blessed with perfect pitch (seriously), the singer, songwriter, producer and former YouTuber recently traveled to Manhattan helped to kick off SiriusXM's Dial Up The Moment Campaign in New York City. According to a release, the new campaign from the radio broadcasting company "is a month-long experiential initiative that will include pop-up performances from some of today’s biggest stars, including John Legend and Jason Aldean." Along with the epic performances comes the creation of The "Moments" Hotline, "an interactive phone experience that provides an exciting way for everyone to explore and connect with moments and channels on SiriusXM. By dialing (1-844-SXM-MOMENT) you will be immersed in surprise conversations with celebrity hosts Jenny McCarthy and Andy Cohen."
In The Know's Julia Webb caught up with the 27-year-old moments before his intimate performance to talk about bonding with fans and writing songs that people can't help but to relate to. Keep scrolling to read their full conversation.
Source : aol.com/entertainment