The track was commissioned for the soundtrack of the action film Furious 7 as a tribute to actor Paul Walker , who died in a single-vehicle accident on November 30, , in Valencia, California. Later on, the song was included as a bonus track on the international release of Puth's debut album, Nine Track Mind. The song held the record for the most-streamed track in a single day on Spotify in the United States, until it was surpassed by One Direction 's " Drag Me Down ". The music video was the most viewed video on YouTube from July 10 to August 4,
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I'm Clifford Stumme, and I use literary analysis and research to explain the deeper meanings of pop songs. Feel free to leave a comment or to email me at clifford popsongprofessor. Read on to find out more! The song was originally created by Charlie Puth, and then Khalifa was invited to add rap verses to the song. The official music video for the song shows this scene as well. The song, which peaked at 1 on The Billboard Hot chart and has been on the chart for 28 weeks, is about Paul Walker and is to commemorate his passing. To achieve this, the song makes heavy use of Charlie Puth's emotionally charged vocals and Wiz Khalifa's relationship-focused raps to show how much Paul Walker meant to others. Charlie Puth begins the song with a chorus.
But for Puth, who co-wrote the Furious 7 -closing ballad with DJ Frank E and Khalifa, what's most amazing of all is that he was even featured in the video in the first place. I was a brand new artist, I wasn't cool enough to be part of the franchise yet, I wasn't big enough, but I proved everybody who was close-minded wrong. Everyone on my record label stuck beside me and my management. I said, 'That's great. Your movie comes out in a week and I'm not gonna give you the song. Though Puth would not state to Billboard what artist Universal Pictures had originally wanted to sing "See You Again," earlier this year he told People his vocals on the hook had originally been recorded as a reference possibly for Sam Smith. Mike Knobloch, president of film music and publishing at Universal Pictures, denies Smith was ever discussed for the track. By strong-arming his way onto the song, Puth helped launch his career in a big way, as it was only his second single released on a major label and went on to top the Hot chart for 12 weeks. Puth's career began as a teenage YouTube musician from New Jersey, posting comedy videos and acoustic covers.
Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use. Also at the bottom of the page is an audio recording of the story. More lesson plan ideas for this song are on the Lesson Plans page. Finally, read the story again while you listen to it. The audio recording is below the story. The story is below. Late one night, Charlie Puth was studying in his apartment when the power went out. He called a friend who lived in the same building. It was March , and Charlie and his friend were music students at a college in Boston. Charlie wanted to be a songwriter.