Another great song from The Weeknd has just become even better. It was announced today (Feb. 24) that the megastar will return to the studio with Ariana Grande for a new version of “Die For You (Remix).” This track was originally released on the megastar’s 2016 album Starboy, which also featured Lana Del Rey, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and more. Toronto rapper The Weeknd croons about the intense feelings associated with the process of letting go of a loved one in the latest single:
On January 1, 2022, the singer of “Save Your Tears” announced the upcoming Dawn FM project. A unique cast of artists contributed to the LP, which included Oneohtrix Point Never, Lil Wayne, Quincy Jones, Tyler, the Creator; and Jim Carrey. In addition to his hit song “Blinding Lights,” the album also housed one of his biggest hits from the year, the song that became the most streamed song ever in Spotify history after surpassing Ed Sheeran “Shape Of You.”
A recent announcement from The Weeknd confirms the dates for his upcoming “After Hours Til Dawn Tour” expansion in 2023, in which he will bless stages across Europe and Latin America with his music. There will be three legs of the tour, with the first one kicking off on June 10 in Manchester, United Kingdom at Etihad Stadium and the rest of the tour appearing in cities such as Amsterdam, Stockholm, Rio de Janeiro, Mexico City, and others, before concluding in Santiago, Chile on Oct. 15.