The Weeknd Reveals New Album Is “Complete”

Published: Wednesday 6th Oct 2021 by Ryan

The Weeknd has new music incoming.

For, the ‘Blinding Lights’ singer has just shared that his upcoming album is “complete.”

More details below…

During an episode of Apple Music’s ‘Memento Mori,’ he provided an update on the follow-up to ‘After Hours.’

“Some Dawn updates… Album is complete.”

However, he did go on to say that he is still trying to lockdown some features for the project.

“Only thing missing is a couple characters that are key to the narrative. Some people that are near and dear to me, some people that inspired my life as a child…and some that inspire me now.”

Moreover, he did tease that more is to come “in the following months.”

Additionally, he did not give any information regarding if the album will drop this year; however, he did say some new features will be arriving this fall.

Previously, he shared the first single from the project called ‘Take My Breath.’

Listen to what he said about the upcoming album below…

Your thoughts?

Posted under:

Comments 7

Please Post Your Comments & Reviews

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. Fancy BISH (Back To The Future 🤣) 👊🏽💎💋 October 6, 2021

    Do it Abel 🎶🤳🏽

  2. Shani October 6, 2021

    Just don’t release when Adele drops gurl….

  3. marilyn monh-O-E (Da Real DIVA 👠) October 6, 2021

    Messsss. Take my breath ain’t successful as Blinding light. 💅🏿 Same as ari released that focus song after problem was a huge success.

  4. Adele’s BBL October 6, 2021

    Saving face tail between his legs

  5. Zion October 6, 2021

    Adele gone snatch everyones wigs

  6. Ugghh October 6, 2021

    Disgusting PIG!

  7. Fancy BISH (Back To The Future 🤣) 👊🏽💎💋 October 7, 2021

    His music is boring as f and it all sounds the same, he has no growth and his music is flavorless.
    The only thing that I do like about him is the fact that he chooses to distance himself from black people especially ugly dark women.

Recommended Posts