"Marvin Gaye" is the debut single by American singer Charlie Puth, featuring singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, for his third EP Some Type of Love (2015), and debut studio album Nine Track Mind (2016). Puth co-wrote it with Julie Frost, Jacob Luttrell and Nick Seeley, and produced it. Artist Partner Group released it as a single on February 10, 2015. The doo-wop and soul song is named after singer Marvin Gaye, whose name is used as a verb in the lyrics. "Marvin Gaye" received negative reviews from music critics, who were critical of its titular line but some appreciated Trainor's appearance. The song topped charts in France, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand, Scotland and the United Kingdom. Marc Klasfeld directed its music video, which was released on April 1, 2015. "Marvin Gaye" has been performed at The Today Show and the 2015 American Music Awards. Both the music video and latter performance end with the duo kissing. The song appears on the set list for Trainor's MTrain Tour (2015) and Puth's Voicenotes Tour (2018).
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