Singer Michael Buble, who releases his new album “Love” next month, has spoken about putting his career on hold after his son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer.
“When you experience something that my family has experienced, it has to change you,” he told Reuters on Tuesday.
The Canadian singer announced in November 2016 that his oldest son Noah, who was three at the time, had been diagnosed with cancer and was undergoing treatment.
The 43-year-old singer, who released his new single “Love You Anymore,” written by Charlie Puth, a few days ago, was humble about his experiences.
The singer recently dismissed reports published in the Daily Mail that he was retiring from music.
Buble’s new album “Love” goes on sale on Nov. 16.