It follows remixes of 'Out Of Time' by Kaytranada, 'Dawn FM' by Oneohtrix Point Never, 'Sacrifice' by Swedish House Mafia, and other songs from his fifth album.
In a statement posted online, The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye) said Walker "fucking crushed it" and "carried."
Dawn FM is the follow-up to 2020’s "After Hours." His most recent album, according to a four-star review from NME, represents a "period of reflection with perhaps his most mature, emotionally robust collection yet."
In other news, The Weeknd has revealed that "After Hours"-themed haunted houses will debut at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal's Orlando resort.
The houses, named The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare, have been designed by Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in collaboration with the singer himself.
They are based on the visuals and aesthetics from the album and are inspired by various horror and science-fiction films.
In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, The Weeknd noted that he had “always wanted” his own haunted house – especially one made by Halloween Horror Nights. “Halloween has always been significant to my music, so this is a total dream come to life,” he said.
The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare opens on September 2 at the Universal Orlando Resort and on September 8 at Universal Studios Hollywood.
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