On the newest episode of the Rolling Stone podcast, “Rolling Stone Music Now,” Charlie Puth mentioned quite a lot of issues associated to his newest studio album, “Charlie,” and what it was like assimilating into the music business. Echoing singer Greyson Probability’s feedback that he felt “deserted” by Ellen DeGeneres’ music label eleveneleven, Puth mentioned he “agrees.”[d]” that “nobody was current, actually, after the creation of my first demo EP. Not blaming one particular person, however a collective… All of the individuals who had been in that room merely disappeared. I did not hear from anybody.”
Puth added the caveat that this was most likely extra of a problem with the label as a corporation, somewhat than DeGeneres herself, whom she fondly remembers. “Folks describe Ellen as impolite,” she mentioned, referring to the quite a few accusations made in 2020 that DeGeneres dominated over a poisonous office tradition. “I’ve by no means skilled that. Possibly he favored me.
Actually, after showing on her speak present for the final time in April, she made an Instagram put up devoted to reminiscing about her many instances on the present and her fond recollections of DeGeneres herself. “Thanks for being so good to me for the final 10 years Ellen,” she wrote within the put up. “This was the primary TV present I ever went on once I was 19!”