The-Dream has been complaining for years that several other artists in the music industry have cloned his sound and The Weeknd’s new song, “Kiss Land”, provides a perfect example of that. Yet, the latter has out-cooed his inspiration on the bass-heavy title track of his first studio album of fresh material later this year.
The Weeknd’s voice has been wafting over radio airwaves for months yet many people still can’t match his haunting tone to a face. However, that’s about to change as the mysterious singer is preparing to release his first full album of new material called Kiss Land.
The Weeknd has successfully made his mark in the US and today he expanded his reach to the US. With his haunting high octave singing, the mysterious performer made his UK television debut by performing live on ‘Later…with Jools Holland’.
Christina Aguilera refused to effectively promote her new album, ‘Lotus’, effectively and she will pay dearly for her mistake. As sales predictions indicate, the record will earn her the lowest first week sales of career and be outsold by The Weeknd’s ‘Trilogy’.
There was a time when The Weeknd was a mysterious recluse but with the release of his debut album, ‘Trilogy’, on the horizon, he has taken over the blogosphere. For example, following the debut of several songs during the last few days, the singer has issued the new video for ‘The Zone’, which features Drake.
Michael Jackson has died but his voice lives on through the many artists that he inspired. One such act is The Weeknd, whose vocal stylings and tone are hauntingly similar to the King of Pop. An example of those parallels is readily available on a new song called ‘Twenty Eight’.
After unveiling the track list for his debut album, ‘Trilogy’, The Weeknd released the new video for the re-mastered version of ‘Wicked Games’. The record will appear on the singer’s compilation LP, which will be issued on November 13th.
The Weeknd has revealed the track list for his debut album, ‘Trilogy’. The LP, which is set to hit stores on November 13th and is already available for pre-orders on iTunes now, is a special compilation of the mixtapes that garnered him a global following.
The Weeknd loves to surprise his fans and he did exactly that earlier this evening with the unveiling of the album cover of his new album, ‘Trilogy’. However, he didn’t end there. Adding to the excitement, the elusive singer revealed the record’s release date and a video for the song ‘Rolling Stone’.