The Weeknd is finally back with his first album in over four years, After Hours. The project takes a trip down memory lane to his original House of Balloons era sound, which is laced with dark vibes and altered vocals.
The 14-track effort, which is likely heading to the top of the Billboard charts, includes contributions from Frank Dukes, Oneohtrix Point Never, Metro Boomin, Illangelo, Kevin Parker, Elton John, Max Martin, and more.
Ironically, the project releases on the 9-year anniversary of his debut mixtape, that we all fell in love with him for – back in 2011.
Next up, The Weeknd is set to hit the road on his “After Hours Tour.” The 62-date world tour kicks off June 11 in Vancouver with special guests Sabrina Claudio and Don Toliver.
Take a listen to the album below, which has zero features.
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