The Weeknd finally comes through with his fourth studio album titled After Hours earlier today after months of promotion.
His two hot singles, ‘Blinding Lights‘ and ‘Heartless‘ are already platinum. Meanwhile, the former is now approaching top 3 on Billboard Hot 100, the latter was formally debuted at the number 1 spot upon debut before slowly declining. ‘Blinding Lights’ has also been a massive success in international markets due to its global appeal. The Canadian superstar uncloaked the tracklist few days ago, without any guest appearances from fellow artists.
Just as we reported in our production credits article, he made sure not to feature any artist on his After Hours latest project. Production on the long anticipated Republic Records release comes from Metro Boomin, though just in 3 tracks, Illangelo, Frank Dukes, Max Martin, Tame Impala, Dre Moon, Ricky Reed and others.
The Weeknd is the first big name to drop an album after the Coronavirus pandemic, so lets see the world’s take on it, check out After Hours album below.