Charlie Puth Praises Taylor Swift for Encouraging Him to Release New Song 'HERO'

The 'We Don't Talk Anymore' singer continues voicing his appreciation to the 'All Too Well' hitmaker, who mentions his moniker on her song 'The Tortured Poets Department'.

AceShowbiz - Charlie Puth has continued voicing his appreciation to Taylor Swift. The "We Don't Talk Anymore" singer praised the "All Too Well" hitmaker for encouraging him to release his new song titled "HERO".

On Tuesday, May 21, the 32-year-old singer/songwriter took to his social media page to thank the 34-year-old superstar. Before praising her, he began sharing details about his upcoming single. In the caption of his new Instagram post, he wrote, "My new song HERO is about when you see someone you love hurting themselves, ruining the things in their life that are good, but you just can't save them."

Charlie went on to explain, "It's one of the hardest songs I've ever had to write, but I wrote it in hopes that you've gone through something similar in your life, and that it can fill in the BLANK for you like it did for me."

The "Marvin Gaye" singer further expressed his excitement, "I'm very excited to share my next album with you, especially this song because it's a great representation of what's to come. I've never put out a song like this before- it's very different for me."

"But I want to thank @taylorswift for letting me know musically that I just couldn't keep this on my hard drive any longer," Charlie continued. "HERO is yours on May 24th and this is the single artwork. Thank you to all of my fans- you'll never know how much you mean to me."

The post came after Taylor released her eleventh studio album titled "The Tortured Poets Department", which features the titular track. On the particular song, she mentions Charlie's moniker. "You smoked, then ate seven bars of chocolate/ We declared Charlie Puth should be a bigger artist," she sings.

Charlie appeared to have responded to the name drop. Earlier in May, he said, "This is a song I wrote about my friend called 'Hero.' Sometimes I get a little nervous being overly honest in my music which is why this was sitting on my hard drive for a while. But I think someone out there was giving me a sign that I needed to release it. Thank you for your support. You know who you are."

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