Enjoy The Weeknd performing live on BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe show where he sang “Montreal,” “The Knowing,” “The Zone” and “Wicked Games.”
Now mastered for his official debut, ‘Trilogy,’ “The Zone” has some noticeable differences from its original.
The Weeknd’s “Enemy” falls right in line with what we’ve come to expect from the rising alternative R&B star.
The Weeknd has released the official tracklisting for his debut album, ‘Trilogy.’ The three-disc compilation will include remastered tracks from all three of his his mixtapes, as well as three new songs: “Valerie,” “Twenty Eight,” and “Till Dawn (Here Comes the Sun).”
The Weeknd takes on another directorial role for “Wicked Games,” the lead single from his official debut album, Trilogy, which is set to release on November 13th and is now available for pre-order. Channeling the song’s haunting tale of loneliness, loveless relationships with strippers, and an unapologetic dependence on drugs — the abstract black-and-white visual bares resemblance to the recently released video for “Rolling Stone.”
Sensing the anxiety from fans following his Universal Republic deal, The Weeknd released a statement this week explaining his new video, “Rolling Stone” and its assuring symbolic meaning.
The Weeknd’s “Rolling Stone” finally gets some official video treatment directed by Abel himself.
Drake is not playing games when it comes to his love for Aaliyah, as he’s set to executive produce the deceased songstress’ upcoming posthumous album and today, he debuted a new song “Enough Said.” Produced by Noah “40” Shebib (no surprise there), the ethereal track does not disappoint.
Following the release of critically-acclaimed mixtapes Thursday and House of Balloons, and one of the most amazing music videos we’ve seen this year — Abel Tesfaye has released Echos of Silence available for download now!
The Weeknd’s new video for “The Knowing” may be the most interesting thing we’ve seen all year!