The Weeknd ditches those bedroom eyes of his on his latest track “King of the Fall” to humbly brag about all the crowns he’s wearing.
Here’s one of the better tours skipping around the country later this year: The Weeknd, Jhené Aiko, and Schoolboy Q will play four dates together in the fall. While they’re playing fast and loose with the term “tour,” if you happen to live around Brooklyn, Toronto, Los Angeles, or San Francisco, you can catch the trio on the “King of the Fall” tour performing “special one-night events.”
The sexiness factor for 2014 was just upped, thanks to the Weeknd’s latest song “Often” — his first official solo track of the year.
The signs were posted conspicuously around the venue, Los Angeles’ lush Greek Theater, nestled in the hills of the city’s Griffith Park: “Please be advised, tonight’s show contains mature content.”
“Live For” is the third single from the Weeknd’s new album, ‘Kiss Land,’ which will be supported by an extensive U.S. tour throughout the fall.
Long-time listeners can be first-time callers with the once mysterious R&B crooner.
Fans can hear The Weeknd’s debut album Kiss Land a week early thanks to NPR.
The pair have previously collaborated on songs like “The Zone,” from the Weeknd’s second mixtape, ‘Thursday,’ as well as a handful of tracks on Drake’s sophomore album, 2001 release, ‘Take Care,’ including “Crew Love” and “Practice.”
Maximum amounts of Crew Love.
Canadian alt-R&b star the Weeknd (AKA Abel Tesfaye) continues to slink seductively towards the September 10 release date of his second album, Kiss Land, by revealing a new song from the set, “Love in the Sky.”