Charlie Puth Strips Down And Reps Boston Connection

Charlie Puth at Kiss 108's Jingle Ball. (Rachel Kaplan/iHeart Radio)

Charlie Puth fans in Boston were in for a treat Sunday night as the singer-songwriter put on a thrilling performance at Kiss 108's Jingle Ball.

Puth and his band turned the radio-friendly "How Long" into an extended jam, with a full synthesizer breakdown performed by none other than the leading man himself - strutting across the stage with a keyboard strapped to his shoulder as his band vamped along.

Charlie Puth Beatboxes "Slow Hands," Sings "Never Gonna Give You Up" - Thumbnail Image

Charlie Puth Beatboxes "Slow Hands," Sings "Never Gonna Give You Up"

Decked out in a black button down, casual slacks and loafers - accessorized with a steel wristwatch, gold chains, and a backwards ball cap - Puth rocked the stage with hits like "We Don't Talk Anymore" and "One Call Away."

But it wasn't long before the 28-year-old stripped down to nothing more than a white tank as he rolled through the remainder of his steamy set.

"Boston, Massachusetts - I love this place so much!" Puth called out to the crowd. "I walked around Back Bay, went to Dunkin' Donuts. I might even go to Dom's and get some steak tips tomorrow," the Berklee College of Music graduate said as he dropped a number of Boston references.

Puth didn't stop there as the multi-talented musician made a pitch to attend his former Alma mater.

"Who wants to go to Berklee College of Music?" the musician yelled out before reminiscing about how much the campus has changed since he left in 2014, and encouraging his fans to chase their dreams.

See more of Puth's Kiss 108 Jingle Ball performance below:

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