The Weeknd Mixtapes

Hardcore N Hi-Tech
Hardcore N Hi-Tech
Young Sizzle
Young Sizzle, the rapping alias of 808 Mafia producer Southside, is really earning his stripes as an emcee this year. He's been rapping for a couple of years now, and his December Free Agent 3 tape was able to garner a lot of attention, though a few months into 2016, his continued ability to drop new tracks week after week has taken him to the next level. He's now released his first full-length project of 2016, Hardcore N Hi-Tech, the title referring to his rapping style as well as his favorite brand of lean. 
Up For Days
Up For Days
Belly
VERY HOTTTTT
Yesterday XO affiliate and fellow Canadian Belly returned to the mixtape circuit after an almost five-year hiatus, since The Greatest Dream I Never Had. He spent quite a bit of time perfecting and curating his latest body of work, Up For Days, and it definitely shows. 
Echoes Of Silence
Echoes Of Silence
The Weeknd
VERY HOTTTTT
Echoes Of Silence arrived on Wednesday, December 21st, 2011. The Weeknd's future brightens with every new release, and Echoes Of Silence certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that The Weeknd has been developing since stepping foot in the game with the stand-out House Of Balloons project. We're excited to hear more. Let us know what you think, folks.
Thursday
Thursday
The Weeknd
The Weeknd follows up his debut mixtape House Of Balloons with Thursday. We can expect a third and final instalment the Toronto singer's trilogy. The Weeknd's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Thursday is no exception. It's a worthy addition to his catalogue. We're looking forward to hearing more. The Weeknd enlists one feature from Drake. Let us know what you think, folks.
House Of Balloons
House Of Balloons
The Weeknd
Give House Of Balloons a spin - it's the latest tape from The Weeknd, having dropped on Monday, March 21st, 2011.  It features such tracks as "High For This," "What You Need," and "House Of Balloons / Glass Table Girls." House Of Balloons serves as The Weeknd's debut, and an extremely strong one at that. We're looking forward to what else the Toronto-bred singer has in store. What do you think about the project?