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The Weeknd drops six-minute track “After Hours,” details new album

The Weeknd’s new album is dropping in a month.

February 19, 2020

The Weeknd has shared “After Hours,” a six-minute epic that is also the title track of his Starboy follow-up, due out on March 20. “After Hours” is the third single The Weeknd has shared from After Hours, following last year’s “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless,” the former of which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. After Hours is The Weeknd’s third studio album and sixth full-length after his initial mixtape trilogy, Kiss Land, and Starboy. It will be his first new body of work since 2018’s six-track EP My Dear Melancholy,, which featured the single “Call Out My Name.” Listen to “After Hours,” and see its cover art, above.

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The Weeknd drops six-minute track “After Hours,” details new album