Charlie Puth and Boyz II Men join in harmony on “If You Leave Me Now,” the latest release from the pop heartthrob’s forthcoming album, Voicenotes.

Not to be confused with Boyz II Men’s Love remake of the Chicago classic, Puth’s ballad is an acapella track, backed by vocal melodies and hand snaps in the spirit of ’90s R&B. “This is not goodbye,” sings Puth. “I swear that I’m gonna change.” Stream it below.

“If You Leave Me Now” joins “Attention” and “How Long” as part of the oft-delayed Voicenotes, which is now due May 11. Puth has previously shared the suspicion-inspired “How Long,” which is currently climbing the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 40, and “Attention,” his other suspicion-laden banger from last fall. (Who did you wrong, Charlie?!)

In December, Puth announced the Voicenotes Tour. Kicking off July 11 in Toronto and featuring Hailee Steinfeld in the opening slot, the run will take over both Radio City Music Hall in New York City and the Greek Theater in Los Angeles before wrapping Sept. 1 in Palm Beach, Florida. All announced dates are listed below. Buy tickets here.

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