Charlie Puth has another infectious single out with the help of Kehlani. 'Done For Me' is the self-produced third single from his forthcoming sophomore album 'Voicenotes', and unusually draws inspiration from 80s pop acts like Wham.
He's already dropped two Platinum-certified singles entitled 'Attention' and 'How Long' from 'Voicenotes'; the follow-up to his debut album 'Nine Track Mind' which hit number 6 in both the UK and US charts.
'Done For Me' marks Charlie Puth's first original studio collaboration with Kehlani, with whom he previously recorded a cover of Drake's 'Hotline Bling'. When he started writing the new track, he knew immediately that he wanted Kehlani to be involved.
He'll be embarking on his 'Voicenotes' tour this summer, with support from Hailee Steinfeld. It will kick off at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto on July 11th 2018 and conclude at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the South Florida Fairgrounds on September 1st.
'Voicenotes' will be released on May 11th 2018 through Atlantic Records.
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