Charlie Puth’s latest single ‘Marvin Gaye’ has been a hit with his fans and has reached number one on the Official Big Top 40. The song stayed in the charts for 17 weeks and Puth recently tweeted that his new single was ‘Mother’. The lyrics are based on the song written by Marvin Gaye, a renowned jazz musician. Read on to learn the meaning behind this track and how you can interpret them.
The song is produced by Charlie Puth and features Meghan Trainor. It is Puth’s first single from his debut studio album Nine Track Mind and features Megan Trainor. Megan Trainor heard the song at a party and wanted to record a duet with the singer. Charlie Puth produced the track and co-wrote the lyrics with Julie Frost and other writers. “Marvin Gaye” is named after the legendary singer Marvin Gaye. It also acts as a verb in the song.
His childhood was filled with religious influences. His family was a Pentecostal denomination. His parents were very religious. In the 1970s, Gaye and his siblings attended the Pentecostal church. Their song, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” features a piano melody and a beat that is 130 beats per minute. However, it is the vocals that make this song so catchy.