Charlie Puth Wraps Up Asia Tour as 'See You Again' Certifies Diamond

Charlie Puth
Courtesy of Billboard Radio China/Live Nation Hong Kong

Charlie Puth performs during his "Voicenotes Tour" on Nov. 4, 2018 at AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong.

Charlie Puth needs to say "See You Again" to his Asian fans. After almost one month, he wrapped up the Asia leg of his Voicenotes Tour on Thursday (Nov. 22) in Tokyo.

He expressed his gratitude on Instagram, writing, "And there it is, the final show of the Voicenotes Tour 2018. Thank you all so much for coming out to these shows. You've changed my life and I am forever grateful for you.

"I'm off to make this next album, so I'll be taking a long break from social media. Even though you won't be hearing from me, just know that you'll always and forever be in my heart. Goodbye for now. I love you all."

Meanwhile, Wiz Khalifa and Puth's massive global hit "See You Again" has been certified diamond by the RIAA. The distinction is awarded to songs and albums that have moved at least 10 million units between actual sales and streaming equivalents.

"See You Again is certified 10x platinum … aka DIAMOND," Puth wrote on Twitter. "Not a lot of songs reach this achievement and I'm very humbled that one of mine has. Thank you."

Puth will continue his tour in the U.S. on Dec. 1 in San Jose, Calif.


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