Haunted by a woman from his past, The Weeknd shows his internal struggle through a dark sexual visual for Trilogy single “Twenty Eight,” directed by NABIL. There is a NSFW warning at the beginning of the video but nothing major if you like boobs.
The Weeknd shared a picture of himself, via Instagram, on a set with the caption “#twentyeight.” Let’s put these two together and come to the conclusion that the next visual that Abel is releasing will be for the Trilogy track “Twenty Eight.” Preview the single below and cop Trilogy on iTunes.
Who needs a label when you have the internet? Ricky Hil, rebel son of fashion tycoon Tommy Hilfiger, doesn’t. Hil just released his debut album, sans major label, because he didn’t want to flake on his fans with a pushed back release date. But before you stream and download SYLDD (Support Your Local Drug Dealer), check out one of his standout tracks featuring The Weeknd.
Stream and download SYLDD after the jump.
And just like that, The Weeknd has added himself to almost everyone’s the most anticipated albums of 2013 list. We don’t know much besides that there’s a folder titled “2013 untitled album” sitting on his desktop. Let’s hope the content in the folder is nothing but gold.
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) January 4, 2013
Dark tones take over in the official Ryan Hope-directed visual for Wiz Khalifa‘s The Weeknd-assisted “Remember You,” off O.N.I.F.C., out December 4th. No appearance from The Weeknd but on another note, his Trilogy album is available for purchase today.
Trilogy in stores November 13
The Weeknd drops a bonus track off his upcoming album Trilogy .
As The Weeknd promised he dropped some new music.
Trilogy due out November 13th.