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The 4 time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Michael Bublé is set to release his 10th album entitled “Love” on November. The first single off the album was released last month. You can listen to it below.
In a recent interview with the Daily Mail this month, Bublé announced that “Love” would be his final album and that he would no longer do interviews. He also said that he has made “the perfect album” with Love and that he would like to retire from music “at the very top”. He said the main reason he’s quitting music is to have more time with his family Bublé’s son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer at just three years old and is now in remission. This made the singer re-evaluate what’s important to him.
Buble’s management however released a statement denying Buble was retiring, dismissing these as "rumors" spread by "tabloid stories. A representative for the singer told Insider the singer isn’t quitting his music career after all. Liz Rosenberg, Bublé’s publicist, made comments that contradict Bublé's own statements to The Daily Mail. She also claims that The Daily mail “must have been taken out of context”.
Rosenberg assured Bublé fans that the singer isn’t retiring. “He may have been discussing the thoughts that went through his head during the difficult period following his son Noah's liver cancer diagnosis… … Perhaps as he discussed the different emotions he's been through these last few years, that thought might have gone through his mind. I assure you with a new album coming out, TV appearances, and a possible tour, he is not retiring."