The Weeknd Returns with Fourth Album, ‘After Hours’

blame it on Meka March 19, 2020

This is easily the biggest drop of this week, to say the least.

Four years after Starboy, and almost two since 2018’s My Dear Melancholy, The Weeknd has returned with his fourth full-length album After Hours.

Judging from the singles and videos that have already been released, the project could be a complete 180 from My Dear Melancholy – which was somber and focused on his failed past relationships – and instead showcase a seemingly hedonistic and kinda-sorta-emotionally-trying-to-figure-it-out version of Abel.

A 14-track drop led by “Heartless,” “Blinding Lights,” “After Hours” and “Scared to Live,” the album can be heard below. Press play and be sure to add After Hours on your preferred streaming platform.