Son Noah's diagnosis changed Michael Bub's world view (Photo: Michael Bublé, Instagram / Don Arnold / WireImage)

Michael Buble has talked about his withdrawal from social media and his plans to retire from the music business in his "last interview".

Buble said his son Noah's cancer diagnosis changed his life perspective in 2016, causing him to erase social media and move out of the celebrity world.

In a highly emotional interview with Daily Mail, he talked about how his son's illness focused on the "narcissism of the celebrity," for which he realized that he no longer had the courage.

The Canadian singer said, "I did not ask Noah who I am, I questioned everything else, why are we here?

That's all? Because if that's all, there has to be something bigger.

Despite his decision to go, Michael still uses social media in a professional capacity, but since 2016 – the year of Noah's diagnosis – there are no more personal snapshots.

He said, "I've decided that I'll never read my name in print, never read a review, and never, and I decided I'd never use social media again, and I never did.

In the interview, Michael also describes the devastating impact the diagnosis had on him and his seven-year-old wife, Luisana Lopilato.

The 43-year-old said: "You just want to die, I do not even know how to breathe.

Understandably, during this time he was unable to make new music. 5-year-old Noah is now free of cancer and Michael has returned to music, albeit with a different perspective.

Michael with his son Noah in 2015 (Image: GC Images)

Returning to music, he said, "Now I'm just singing the music I love, maybe if you let go, maybe it'll come back to you [his new album] Love & #. 39;

The swarm ended the interview by suggesting that his upcoming album "Love" might be his last.

"I'm retiring from business. I made the perfect record and now I can go top. "

We can not wait to hear the new record, but let us not Michael!

Love will come out on the 16th of November.

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