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Just days after dropping the Metro Boomin-produced "Heartless," The Weeknd serves up a second single, "Blinding Lights." On the '80s-inspired track, the Starboy calls out for a lover over a synth-heavy instrumental.
The Freebandz artist rides off that high, releasing the music video for the single "Low Life." The dark visual premiered by VEVO co-stars The Weeknd, who appears on record off Future's latest No. 1 album EVOL. Watch!
The Weeknd is back. A year-and-a-half since his last project, the King of the Fall makes his long-awaited return with his new single "Heartless." Over the Metro Boomin-produced track, the 29-year-old bachelor reflects on his savage lifestyle.
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In anticipation of his upcoming album After Hours, The Weeknd serves up the title track. The dark and eery song finds the Starboy back in his zone, delivering another piece of R&B perfection.
The Weeknd has unveiled a new remix of his After Hours track, "In Your Eyes," which features Doja Cat. The singer, aka Abel Tesfaye, released the cut at midnight on Wednesday.
The saga continues. The Weeknd delivers more thills in the action-packed video for "Blinding Lights." The cinematic clip serves as a sequel to the chart-topping "Heartless," which dropped last month. Watch.
The vocals from The Weeknd's "Secrets," off November's Starboy, are laid seamlessly atop the serene island house beat of More Life's "Passionfruit."
Following their 2016 collaboration "Sidewalks," The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar reunite on "Pray for Me" off Black Panther: The Album. Over the cinematic production, courtesy of Matt Schaeffer, Cardo, Cubeatz, and Sounwave, The Weeknd takes the lead.
The Weeknd takes over Las Vegas for one wild night in the cinematic and psychedelic video for his Metro Boomin-produced single "Heartless." The Anton Tammi-directed clip was shot at the fictional Heartless Casino.
After performing at the Grammys on Sunday night, The Weeknd drops a star-studded video for his Starboy album cut, "Reminder."
The trifecta of SZA, The Weeknd, and Travis Scott join forces on "Power Is Power" off the Game of Thrones soundtrack. The XO crooner kicks off the cinematic anthem, which was inspired by the hit HBO series, whose final season premiered last weekend.