After a 20-year career, singer Michael Buble found a new approach for his 11th studio album, ‘Higher’.
“I was so excited to try things, to be things to not only go places where I might have been afraid to go before in my career or in my life, but I was excited to rush to the finish line. the challenge.”
The Canadian singer said that he strove to create innovative music.
“When I started, the goal was to make fresh music for an audience that had been buying my records for 20 years. And I had no idea that in the end… it was fresh for me.”
The 13-track album was released on March 25 by Reprise Records, part of the Warner Music Group, and features the assistance of Paul McCartney and Willie Nelson.
“To have someone like Paul, someone like Willie, take me under his wing and give me his blessing. Wow, hopefully one day someone will think I’m one of those ducks too.”
Buble said that his family inspired the three original songs on the album.
In 2016, Bublé and his wife, Argentine actress Luisana Lopilato, announced that their eldest son, Noah, who was 3 years old at the time, had been diagnosed with cancer. He has been in remission since 2017.
The music video for the lead single, “I’ll Never Not Love You”, was inspired by the singer’s love of cinema and features romantic scenes from popular movies.
The couple used the end of the video as a birth announcement that they are expecting a fourth child. (Reuters)