The Weeknd Songs

  • Where You Belong
    Where You Belong
    The Weeknd has been pretty involved with the "Fifty Shades of Grey" soundtrack and film, we've seen him post several pictures with the movie's director Sam Taylor-Johnson. After releasing "Earned It" off the soundtrack, we get another new record from the Toronto singer with "Where You Belong." Over dark synth-riddled production from Mike Dean, that later transition to include an electronic guitar, The Weeknd does his sensual croon. 
  • Drinks On Us (Remix)
    Drinks On Us (Remix)
    The Weeknd previewed his remix to Mike Will Made It's "Drinks On Us" earlier today, and now he's let go of the full version of his remix. Abel takes the first two minutes to himself, smoothing out Swae Lee's screechy melody into a more traditional R&B vocal. From there he takes things into his own territory, but takes the swag of a rapper for the remainder of his verse, boasting about just about everything, including his jawline definition.
  • Where You Belong (Snippet)
    Where You Belong (Snippet)
    When it was first announced that The Weeknd would be contributing multiple songs to the soundtrack of the forthcoming film adaptation of lusty novel "Fifty Shades Of Grey," it seemed like a match made in heaven. Here was a book that was all about kinky sex and interpersonal drama, which (along with mountains of drugs) are the bread and butter of Abel Tesfaye's lyrics.  After sharing "Earned It," Tesfaye gives us a snippet of another track from the soundtrack, "Where You Belong." Check out the 30 second clip below.
  • Earned It
    Earned It
    The Weeknd decided to treat fans to an early Christmas gift tonight and share his newest offering “Earned It”.
  • King Of The Fall (Remix)
    King Of The Fall (Remix)
    After we had the pleasure of premiering The Weeknd's new mix of "Often" with Ricky Rozay and ScHoolboy Q, The Weeknd continues a remix run with a fresh take on his "King of the Fall" track. It was first released just as the rapper announced his successful KOTF tour with ScHoolboy Q and Jhene Aiko.
  • Often (Remix)
    Often (Remix)
    HNHH is excited to premiere a huge remix of The Weeknd's one-off single "Often." It features Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross, both of whom contribute powerhouse verses.  The track was released out of the blue this year and stayed at the top of our Top 100 list for several days, with the message being clear: although this wasn't included on an album, the quality is just as high as we've come to expect from The Weeknd's mixtape/album tracks. Now, Groovy Q and Ricky Rozay are here to spruce the track up with some ill verses. You digging these rappers' contributions to the track?
  • Wicked Games
    Wicked Games
    With The Weeknd's "King of the Fall" tour about to get underway, we decided to pay homage to the groundbreaking r'n'b artist with a throwback to his debut House of Balloons. The Toronto native gave r'n'b music an entirely new sound with the release of House of Balloons, not to mention a new way of marketing an artist, however inadvertently.
  • Love Me Harder
    Love Me Harder
    The young Ariana Grande continues to impress us with her vocals on each release, and after letting us hear a collaboration with Big Sean and producer Key Wane, "Best Mistake", we get the opportunity to hear another collabo she did with r'n'b singer The Weeknd.
  • King Of The Fall
    King Of The Fall
    Well here’s a nice treat to end your weekend. After receiving “Often” a few weeks ago, The Weeknd decides to hit us with another freebie for our listening pleasure titled “King Of The Fall”.
  • Often (Eric Dingus Remix)
    Often (Eric Dingus Remix)
    It may be a few more days before various rappers' versions of The Weeknd's new track, "Often," start hitting the web, but producer Eric Dingus seemed to need no time at all to turnaround a dope remix of the track. The Austin, Texas native gives Abel Tesfaye's latest a screwed-up remake that would right at home on the mixtape he just made at the behest of Drake for Houston Appreciation Week. 
  • Often
    The Weeknd has been busy this year working on new music, and tonight he decided to surprise fans with a taste of what to expect. Following in the foot steps of his “Or Nah” & “Drunk In Love” remixes, Abel returns with another seductive and sex-driven record for the ladies titled “Often”.
  • Or Nah (Remix)
    Or Nah (Remix)
    After performing at Monday night’s XXL Freshmen concert in New York City, Ty Dolla $ign decided to take to iTunes and release the official remix to his hit single “Or Nah”. However, there’s nothing really new here as the Taylor Gang singer keeps Wiz Khalifa’s verse in tact, and just adds The Weeknd’s raunchy verse that we already heard.
  • Or Nah (Remix)
    Or Nah (Remix)
    Well here it is! After teasing fans with an Instagram clip of this the other night, The Weeknd returns today with the official release of his dope remix to Ty Dolla $ign’s hit single “Or Nah” featuring Wiz Khalifa. The Toronto singer gives the DJ Mustard-produced cut that XO touch by laying down this raunchy new verse for the bedroom. Nevertheless, this provocative remix is super dope, and should be quickly added to your weekend playlist! Give it a listen, or five, now.
  • Persian Rugs
    Persian Rugs
    Party Next Door has drawn comparisons to artists like The Weeknd, and it's hard not to see why. Both singers are based in Toronto and boast chilling voices that cut through any and all ambient-kin track work.  PND's new song, "Persian Rugs," showcases his talents perfectly, in what could be seen as a love song. If not, of course, a devastatingly blunt "love" song. But Party Next Door has made a career of sharp, dark songwriting not mincing words. 
  • Drunk In Love (Remix)
    Drunk In Love (Remix)
    We heard the official remix earlier, which boasted a new Kanye West verse added to the original, but today The Weeknd celebrates his 24th birthday by releasing his own rendition Beyoncé's classic. True to the Weeknd's forté, he alters the originally sweet song into an eerie track that involves heavy drug-use and dark introspection. The Weeknd's take on the beloved song is quite chilling.
  • Devil May Cry
    Devil May Cry
    Check out Devil May Cry, the latest from The Weeknd. The track was released on Tuesday, November 12th, 2013. The Weeknd's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Devil May Cry is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue The Weeknd has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Secrets
    Listen to Secrets, the latest track from Jr. Hi, featuring The Weeknd. The cut dropped on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013. Jr. Hi's future brightens with every new release, and Secrets certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Jr. Hi has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more. If you're feeling this, make sure to hit up Jr. Hi's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Is this a good combination? Can you dig it?
  • Elastic Heart
    Elastic Heart
    Check out Elastic Heart, the latest from Sia which features a guest appearance from The Weeknd & Diplo on the assist. The track was released on Monday, September 30th, 2013. Sia's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Elastic Heart is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Sia has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Wanderlust (Pharrell Remix)
    Wanderlust (Pharrell Remix)
    Listen to Wanderlust (Pharrell Remix), the new track by The Weeknd, which was dropped on Sunday, September 1st, 2013. The Weeknd's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Wanderlust (Pharrell Remix) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since The Weeknd debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • I'm Good
    I'm Good
    Quotable Lyrics"Everything I said I do, I did I'm good, I'm good Everything I said I do, I did Baby lets face it, I'm not into dating I haven't been patient Ever since I been famous my time has been racing My motives are basic, this life I been chasing These hearts I been breaking "
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