Charlie Puth has promised to give his fans a new album each year.
Charlie Puth has promised to release a new album every year.
The 24-year-old singer plans on regularly dropping new music to keep his fans happy because he wants to be the ''people's artist''.
He said: ''I'm going to put out an album a year, I don't want to go missing for four years and be all mysterious. I want to be the people's artist.''
However, the 'Marvin Gaye' hitmaker also admitted that he wants to sell plenty of records so he can pay off his mortgage.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, he said: ''I want to keep giving them music, so they can make memories ... and I can pay off my house.''
The pop hunk also said that he is able to write his best music when he is on the road.
He said: ''I don't love travelling, but I write better music when I'm on the move, when I'm comfortable.''
It comes a month after Charlie cancelled the remaining dates on his 'Don't Talk' tour because he was ''extremely sick''.
At the time, he tweeted: ''Unfortunately I have to cancel the remaining dates on my 'Don't Talk' tour. This is the last thing I want to do because I love being on the road performing and meeting every one of you. You are the reason I can do what I love most for a living and I am so thankful.
''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. Charlie (sic).''
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