The Weeknd Releases Two New Music Videos, ‘Try Me’ and ‘Call Out My Name’

The Weeknd gifted fans with a surprise by dropping his new EP, My Dear Melancholy,.

The 6-track project is the follow up to the singer’s 2016 album Starboy.  Composed of haunting tracks like “Call Out My Name,” “Try Me,” and “Privilege,” The Weeknd also teamed up with producers Mike WiLL Made-It, Skrillex, Frank Dukes, and French DJ Gesaffelstein, who also appears on “I Was Never There” and “Hurt You.”

My Dear Melancholy, comes a few days before The Weeknd takes over Coachella Fest as the events headlining act.

Along with the release of the new project, The Weeknd dropped off the visuals to lead singles “Try Me” and “Call Out My Name.”

“Try Me” was directed by the singer himself, who shot the clip on his cellphone. He’s seen chilling in a car with a few people having fun in the background.

“Call Out My Name” finds Abel on multiple television screens.