Charlie Puth Is A Sorry Cheater In His New Song 'How Long'
By James Dinh
October 5, 2017
Charlie Puth is confessing his wrongdoings and apologizing for his cheating ways on his new song, "How Long," which dropped on Thursday (October 5).
In just three minutes, the pop star makes the startling confession, but still takes the time to share the alternate point of view of his lover. Produced solely by Charlie, and written alongside J-Kash and Justin Franks, "How Long" is a fitting follow-up to "Attention" as the 25-year-old tackles yet another vulnerable narrative from the romance department.
"How long has this been going on?/ You been creeping up on me (on me)/ While you calling me baby (baby)," he sings from his female lover's perspective during the hook.
"Attention" did wonders for Puth, hitting No. 1 on Top 40 radio as well as landing inside the Top 10 tier on the Billboard Hot 100 and, by the sounds of this, it sounds like "How Long" might just achieve the same. It's the second official single from the star's forthcoming LP, Voicenotes, which is 13 tracks long and due to be released on January 19, 2018.
Click here to download "How Long" and pre-order Voicenotes on iTunes
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