The Weeknd returns with much-anticipated LP, ‘After Hours’

    With production by Max Martin, Kevin Parker, Metro Boomin and more.

    The Weeknd After Hours
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    The Weeknd—aka Abel Tesfaye—has unveiled his long-awaited fourth studio album, After Hours.

    Although the 14-track record contains no guest features, The Weeknd enlisted the help of producers such as Swedish hitmaker Max Martin, frequent collaborator Metro Boomin and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker. Tesfaye also had a hand in writing and producing all tracks on the LP.

    Prior to the release of After Hours, Tesfaye previewed the record with cinematic videos for “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights.” Earlier this month, the singer also released a dark short film, which was named after the album.

    After Hours is Tesfaye’s first full-length album since 2016’s successful Starboy. In 2018, he also dropped a six-track EP, My Dear Melancholy.

    Stream After Hours below: