Michael Bublé starts 2019 on a high note with new single 'Love You Anymore'
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Pop crooner Michael Bublé released his 10th studio album in Nov. 2018, his most romantic album to date. Love, stylized as a red heart emoji, debuted at No. 2 in the US moving 111,000 units with 105,000 of those deriving from traditional album sales. He kicked the album era off with lead single "When I Fall in Love," the 1952 hit written by Victor Young and Edward Heyman. Though a video has already been put on YouTube, he's officially released the second single "Love You Anymore" on Jan. 7.

"Love You Anymore" is an original track featured on Love and is a co-write that includes pop star Charlie Puth. "Am I lying to myself again/ When I say you're not the best I've ever had?/ Am I lying to myself again/ When I say that I'm not missing you so bad?/ Just because I'm on my knees and swearing I would change/ And do anything to hear you say 'I'm yours'/ Just because I know I'll never ever feel the same/ Doesn't mean I love you anymore," he sings on the new single.

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To coincide with the release of Love, Bublé announced a North American tour that will take him from coast to coast and into his native Canada. On March 30, Bublé will play the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, presented by Beaver Production. Tickets are on sale now and AXS is offering premium seating options for the event. For ticket pricing and availability, click here for event details.

Fans of Bublé who are unable to make it to a show can catch a Valentine's Day special on NBC.

Over the holiday season, Michael Bublé's 2011 album Christmas became the top streaming holiday album after it received over 325 million streams via official platforms. It also moved an additional 350,000 units throughout the season which combines those aforementioned streams with sales and track downloads.

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