Charlie Puth Goes A Cappella With Boyz II Men on ‘If You Leave Me Now’

After spending 2017 condemning a wrongdoing ex for "How Long" she was just wanting his "Attention," Charlie Puth is kicking off the new year with a heartbreak ballad -- and he enlisted '90s harmonizing greats  Boyz II Men to help him sing it. Titled "If You Leave Me Now," the a cappella tune starts off with everyone singing together before Puth takes the first verse in hopes of singing his leaving lover back to him. "No, this is not goodbye/ I swear that I'm gonna change/ No, baby, please don't cry/ It doesn't have to end this way," he croons as Boyz II Men provide smooth backing vocals. Click here for full article.