The Weeknd announces his fourth album.
We have watched many music videos, late-night performances, and great streak f single, but finally, Weeknd new album has been formally announced. It’s titled After Hours, and it’s being hyped today with a tense teaser video.
After Hours is due out via XO/Republic, it comes four years after Starboy, a last Weeknd's LP which has won a Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album. The Weeknd’s fourth full-length overall also follows his My Dear Melancholy EP from 2018. Although the firm release date hasn’t been revealed just yet, a press statement notes that the LP is “coming soon."
Tesfaye's early singles "Blinding Lights" and "Heartless" are confirmed to appear on his fourth album. The Weeknd performed the "Blinding Lights" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last month, while hanging upside down. Next up for Abel Tesfaye is Saturday Night Live, where he’s set to perform on March 7th, writes Consequence of Sound. He previously served as a musical guest on the series in 2016.
Album Title pic.twitter.com/ycs4ZSHqaM— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) February 13, 2020