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THE PUTH PLAYLIST

Three years after the runaway hit “See You Again,” Charlie Puth is back with his sophomore record, the R&B-inflected Voicenotes (out May 11). Here, the 26-year-old singer shares a few of the songs he’s been bumping on repeat.

1 TYLER, THE CREATOR

OKRA

Tyler’s always pushing hip-hop. It’s, like, ironic hip-hop. Like, he purposefully will drag hi-hats too far to the right to make them off time, but it still sounds like a vibe. In this song, the sounds are all over the place, but it still feels really special. He pitched his voice—or

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