Watch: Charlie Puth unveils collaboration with Boyz II Men

With a handful of months left before the release of his sophomore album, Charlie Puth has debuted another new tune from the upcoming record. On Thursday (Feb. 1), the New Jersey-born singer-songwriter unveiled a studio session video for his new track, “If You Leave Me Now.” The song, which is the third track from the record to be released, features vocals from legendary 90s R&B vocal group, Boyz II Men. Watch Puth’s studio session video for “If You Leave Me Now” above.

“If You Leave Me Now” will join previously release singles “Attention” and “How Long” on Puth’s upcoming new album Voicenotes. According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), “Attention” has been certified double platinum while current Voicenotes single, “How Long,” is making its way up several pop music charts.

Voicenotes is set to be released on May 11 through Atlantic Records. Pre-orders for the album are currently available on Puth’s website here. Voicenotes is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Nine Track Mind.

In support of the upcoming release, Puth recently announced a massive summertime tour. The Voicenotes tour will kick off on July 11 at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Ontario and conclude a month and a half later on Sept. 1 at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Florida. During the excursion Puth will perform at several iconic venues including New York City’s Radio City Music Hall and Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre.

Hitting the road alongside Puth as his “special guest” for the full excursion will be actress/singer Hailee Steinfeld. The complete list of upcoming tour dates can be seen here.

Prior to embarking on the tour, Puth hit the stage during the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. The show will broadcast live on Sunday, March 11, from The Forum in Los Angeles.

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