After Hours is the fourth studio album from The Weeknd. The album was released by XO and Republic Records is The Weeknd‘s first studio album since Starboy (2016) and 2018’s EP My Dear Melancholy.
The album art is inspired by various movies, one of which is Uncut Gems, in which The Weeknd had a cameo appearance playing himself.
Visuals for “Blinding Lights” a track in After Hours shows the Canadian singer hosting a night club party in Las Vegas, where he ends up with a bloody, broken nose after engaging in a fistfight and a rough night.
Watch visuals of “Blinding Lights“
72 hours after The Weeknd dropped the standard edition of the new album. He followed it up with a deluxe edition which includes five bonus tracks: four remixes and the audio version of his “Saturday Night Live” performance.
The deluxe edition of the album has guest features from Vapor Wave, Lil Uzi Vert, The Blaze, Oneohtrix Point Never and Chromatics.
“Lots of videos from this album!,” The Weeknd promised earlier in the weekend.
Listen to “After Hours“ here.
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