The Weeknd just lately kicked off the second leg of his “After Hours Til Dawn” tour. The artist carried out in London, rocking a futuristic mirrored masks. The stadium tour will see The Weeknd make over 30 stops throughout Europe and Latin America. It options notable dates in Paris, Barcelona, Milan, and extra.
Earlier this week, it was additionally revealed that The Weeknd is about to seem on Travis Scott’s upcoming album. Amir Esmailian, XO Records co-founder and co-manager, shared the information this week. The Weeknd had beforehand been photographed alongside Travis Scott’s well-known UTOPIA briefcase, however now, followers lastly have affirmation. The highly-anticipated LP, UTOPIA, doesn’t but have an official launch date. Travis Scott has continued to tease the album each likelihood he will get, even just lately arriving to Michael Rubin’s White Party within the Hamptons in a UTOPIA tour bus.
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The Weeknd Performs In Futuristic Mask
The Weeknd has additionally been making headlines as of late for his controversial present, The Idol. He stars within the HBO collection alongside Lily-Rose Depp, enjoying a poisonous and creepy cult chief. The present has acquired an incredible quantity of backlash for it’s depictions of poisonous relationships, self hurt, nudity, and extra. Despite ongoing criticism, The Weeknd has continued to defend the present, which he co-created with Sam Levinson. The finale of the collection’ first season aired earlier this week, and The Weeknd took to social media to share his ideas. “The finale,” he wrote, “Grateful to share this moment with you all as the season comes to an end. continue to push the vision no matter how bumpy the journey.” “Jocelyn Forever,” he added.
In a current interview with Variety, The Weeknd defined that the present has managed to perform what they got down to do. “My goal was for people to feel that way when they watch it, you know, and that they’ll reassess (fame),” he defined. “It’s almost educational that this is what comes with being incredibly famous. You’re surrounded by people who you’re not sure what their true intentions are, even if it seems like they’re good. You just never know,” he continued.
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