“Yeah, I’m writing on the road, I produce everything on my little laptop,” Charlie shared in a recent interview, just before he announced the cancellation of the tour. “It’s really just jotting ideas down. I don’t love traveling, but I write better when I’m traveling; when I’m uncomfortable, I write better music.”
In the same interview, Charlie also dished that he plans on putting on a new album, every year!
“I’m going to put out an album a year,” he says. “I don’t want to go missing for four years and be all mysterious. I want to be the people’s artist. I want to keep giving them music, so they can make memories and I can…pay off my house.”
Charlie is also pictured heading out to dinner in Los Angeles on Friday (November 4).
We’re so sad that Charlie Puth has cancelled the rest of the Don’t Talk Tour.
The “Dangerously” singer shared the news on his Instagram with fans on Sunday (October 23).
“Unfortunately, I have to cancel the remaining dates on my Don’t Talk Tour. This is the last thing I want because i love being on the road performing and and meeting every one of you,” Charlie wrote. “You are the reason I can do what I love most for a living and I am so thankful.”
He added, “I have been extremely sick pushing through these dates and haven’t taken the time my body needs to recover. Resting and taking time off the road is the only way I can get better and start performing for you again. I promise I will do whatever I can to make it up to you. I love you so much. I’m deeply sorry.”
Earlier this month, Charlie cancelled his Raleigh stop after developing the flu.
The concert event was designed to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of that, for every ticket sold, $2 will benefit Young Survival Coalition, the premier organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer.