Tag Archives: The Weeknd

The Weeknd- “False Alarm” (Official Video)


The Weeknd continues his new album campaign with a crazy new music video for his song “False Alarm.” A bank robbery, shootouts, car chases are just a taste of what you’ll watch in the video below. The perspective is in first person so the entire video feels like a level out of the latest Call of Duty. Be sure to watch below and go pre-order Starboy now on iTunes.

Written by Erik Lindberg

The Weeknd is back with a new single called “Starboy” ft. Daft Punk


It’s been awhile since we last heard from The Weeknd and the wait has been well worth it. Yesterday he took to Twitter to announce the name of his forthcoming studio album Starboy, due out November 25th. Just hours later fans received the first single, which happens to be the title track. Give it a listen below and let us know wha you think.

Written by Jesse Wiles

[Merry Christmas]The Weeknd releases two new tracks


The Weeknd took to Soundcloud last night to drop off some presents for us. Playing Santa Clause, he remixed Jeremih’s “Pass Dat” and released an original track featuring Future titled “Low life.” The Future single is all about the lives that he and The Weeknd live, getting high on the West Coast, drinking champagne in the morning and whipping all sorts of foreign. Pretty similar to what you’d expect out of these two, the “Pass Dat” remix is definitely the better of the two tracks. Check them below.

Written by Jesse Wiles

[MUST LISTEN] Banks releases the first single off of her upcoming album, “Better”


With a new album from Adele coming very soon and Banks apparently dropping an album “very, very early in 2016,” my emotional side is overwhelmed.

Yesterday, Banks dropped off this brooding new single titled “Better.” The track is apparently the first release off of her upcoming sophomore album, which follows her 2014 debut Goddess. “Better” is hauntingly beautiful and makes the combination of her and the Weeknd touring together all the more epic. Take a listen to “Better” below.

Written by Jesse Wiles