Of all the sounds you would expect to hear from Canadian crooner Michael Buble, rapping probably isn't one of them.
But he's taken a new direction with his new album, which features his hit song ‘Nobody But Me’ – the same name as the album.
The singer's humble career started 25 years ago and he has since sold more than 55 million albums and won several Grammy Awards.
But it was becoming a father which gave Mr Buble the confidence to produce the album and try something different, including a new business venture and a documentary about life on the road.
Story went to Vancouver to meet the singer and talk about his close relationship with his grandfather who helped him get his start in the music industry. We also found out what life is really like on tour and how he copes being away from his family.
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