Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd unite for her new single, “Lust For Life.” In typical Lana fashion, this title track for he upcoming album incorporates a dreamy haze of airy vocals and somewhat nostalgic themes enhanced by The Weeknd’s falsetto, throughout. Listen below and get the single on iTunes. Check out the official album . . .
The Long Beach producer hits us with a dance-worthy “I Feel It Coming” remix Zikomo dropped a remix of Childish Gambino’s “Terrified” in December. Today the producer is back with a reimagination of The Weeknd‘s popular hit single, “I Feel It Coming.” Zikomo makes magic with short bursting chops and endearing synths. It’s a fun . . .
Celebrating his birthday, The Weeknd released the blazing visuals for “Reminder,” literally. The video has gratuitous dynamic scenery of the “city of angels,” women strewn throughout and a star-studded crew burning it down as they party. Cameos from A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, YG, French Montana, and Drake are a key element of the video. OVOXO A post shared . . .
After recently announcing a new project at hand, Toronto’s NAV lets loose the first taste of it. Cash said its go time! Im dropping my first project before the month is done ✅ A post shared by Nav (@beatsbynav) on Feb 11, 2017 at 2:51pm PST NAV is well on the way to his debut . . .
The Weeknd shines as he continues his evolutionary trek on Starboy High Snobiety After what seemed like years of being stuck on Thursday, The Weeknd has teamed up with Daft Punk to deliver Starboy, a true coming of age LP. I define a coming of age album as one that truly shows mastery of whatever qualities initially attracted us to . . .
The Weeknd unleashes Starboy At over an hour long and 18 tracks deep, The Weeknd‘s Starboy is here! His highly anticipated 3rd studio album includes all star features from Daft Punk, Lana Del Rey, Kendrick Lamar, and Future. Earlier this week, The Weeknd shared his short film MANIA, directed by frequent collaborator, Grant Singer, and features a few of . . .
Listen to new music from The Weeknd in the M A N I A short film. With the Starboy album well on its way for a November 25th release, The Weeknd lets loose new visuals to bolster the album’s campaign effort. Related: The Weeknd performs “Starboy” and “False Alarm” live on SNL It’s a 12-minute video . . .
The Weeknd ups the ante by dropping another track from the forthcoming Starboy album. This time, he shares the Lana Del Rey co-written “Party Monster”. Listen below and pre-order Starboy on iTunes.
The Weeknd returns to follow up “Starboy” with another Daft Punk-assisted track titled “I Feel It Coming.” Listen here and pre-order the Starboy album via iTunes.
The Weeknd took to the SNL stage over the weekend to serve as the musical guest. With his Starboy album set to impact on November 25th, the Toronto native performed the album’s title track and “False Alarm,” the two tracks that we have already heard. Watch the performance below.
The Weeknd picks up the pace a bit with his latest release, “False Alarm.” Expect this to be performed during his upcoming Saturday Night Live appearance. Look for The Weeknd’s Starboy album to release on November 25th. Stream “False Alarm” below, and purchase via iTunes. Watch: The Weeknd – “Starboy” ft. Daft Punk (Video)
The Weeknd isn’t afraid to introduce “Starboy,” the character for which his forthcoming album was named, in dramatic fashion via a visual accompaniment, which features Daft Punk. The video features The Weeknd actually getting rid of his own persona before turning up at a mansion. The album releases on November 25th. Watch the video for . . .
New Hair. Who Dis?! The Weeknd returns with his new single and upcoming album title-track, “Starboy.” Now what really sticks out to me is the involvement from Daft Punk. This is major! The Weeknd is reportedly looking to revamp and perhaps move back to a sound reminiscent of projects passed. I’m not sure how this . . .
Bryson Tiller‘s T R A P S O U L has continued to defy odds to solidify him as a breakout star in 2015. The Weeknd drops a a remix of Tiller’s “Rambo” and is in full on flex mode;still high from the successes of the past year as well and understandably so. Stream below.
Earlier this month we brought you the BTS footage, but now Future and The Weeknd deliver the official video for their standout track, “Low Life.” The two come off as musical evil-doers in their often dark, ominous backdrops ranging from warehouse to abandoned yard. They make for a solid pair given the song’s content revolving around the . . .