It's safe to say that Canadian R&B/Pop artist The Weeknd is killing 'em. Recently, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) recognized the international superstar for the success of his latest album, Starboy, which is now certified 2X platinum.
I don't know about this one folks, but you be the judge! Canadian superstar The Weeknd delivers his unique rendition of R. Kelly's classic 1995 ballad, "Down Low."
Canadian staples The Weeknd and Drake have welcomed huge successes as solo artists, but the two stars won't let that stop their planned collaboration.
The Weeknd is prolonging his “Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour" with a second leg or "phase two" set to kick off this fall.
Last night (May 1), New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted their annual Met Gala soiree. Some of R&B's music stars attended the high-fashion soiree...
Directed by RJ Sanchez, the clip sees both artists living it up as they participate in a photo shoot with music, laughs, and models galore.
What's a Weeknd video without fire? Something's always burning in a Weeknd visual, and this one's no different. The Weeknd gets some of his famous friends to appear in the clip, those like Drake, Bryson Tiller, A$AP Rocky, YG, Belly, French Montana, and Travis Scott to name a few.
In a set of collaborations, 15-time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys will join Best New Artist nominee Maren Morris, Best New Artist contender Anderson .Paak will perform with legendary hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest & Dave Grohl, and The Weeknd will be accompanied by six-time GRAMMY winners Daft Punk.
Directed by BRTHR, “Party Monster” is another one of The Weeknd's woozy clips full of bright colors, fire, mayhem and disorientation in a world where beautiful model-esqe zombies thrive and roam.
Looks like Drake and Jennifer Lopez are no longer Hollywood's newest "it" couple. Whereas "Dralo" is under suspicion of being a publicity stunt, what looks to be a new romance between The Weeknd and Selena Gomez seems legit...