The Weeknd has dropped his new album just in time for, well, the weekend. The singer dropped "After Hours" at 9 p.m PS...
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The Weeknd has dropped his new album just in time for, well, the weekend. The singer dropped "After Hours" at 9 p.m PST (midnight EST) and he made sure his followers were well aware it was coming. He started a countdown via his official Twitter account.
"2 HOURS !!!!! TIME MOVING SLOW !!!," he tweeted at one point. The first two songs from the album, "Heartless" and "Blinding Lights," had already been released to the delight of followers. "After Hours" is the singer's fourth studio album and comes four years after 2016's "Starboy," which won a Grammy for best urban contemporary album.
After Hours is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer The Weeknd. The album was released by XO and Republic Records on March 20, 2020. The project has been supported by three singles: "Heartless", "Blinding Lights", and "In Your Eyes". One promotional single has been released as well, the album's title track. It is The Weeknd's first studio album since 2016's Starboy, following the release of the 2018 EP My Dear Melancholy. The project is his first studio album to have no featured artists.