Charlie Puth Albums Ranked

Charles Otto Puth Jr. (born December 2, 1991) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. His initial exposure came through the viral success of his song videos uploaded to YouTube. Puth’s debut studio album, Nine Track Mind, was released in January 2016 to negative reviews from critics, and was preceded by the singles “One Call Away” and “We Don’t Talk Anymore” featuring Selena Gomez, which peaked at number 12 and number nine, respectively on the US Billboard Hot 100. In 2017, he released two songs, “Attention” and “How Long”, with the former peaking at number five on Billboard Hot 100. Both were included in his second studio album, Voicenotes (2018), which was released to generally positive reviews from critics and peaked at number four on the Billboard 200. In 2019, Puth released the singles “I Warned Myself”, “Mother” and “Cheating on You”. The following year, Puth released singles “Girlfriend” and “Hard on Yourself.” Here are all of Charlie Puth’s albums ranked.

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2. Nine Track Mind, 2016

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“I liked Nine Track Mind a lot more than I thought I would. There are actually some really good songs on this album, such as We Don’t Talk Anymore, Does It Feel and My Gospel, to name a few. Of course, as in Charlie Puth’s other album, Voicenotes, a lot of the songs sound the same. That being said, Nine Track Mind is not a terrible album, even if some people think that it is. Highlights: Dangerously, We Don’t Talk Anymore, My Gospel, Up All Night, Left Right Left, and Does It Feel.”

1. Voicenotes, 2018

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“Charlie Puth does in a way mirror John Mayer’s evolution from maker of schmaltz to a cool loser with a fantastic taste and great respect for the traditions of his genre. John Mayer is of course cooler and has more edge (and more depths of heartbreak and bitterness) but Charlie Puth has the tighter and shinier radio-friendly pop songs.”