The Weeknd Songs

  • The Hills (Remix)
    The Hills (Remix)
    Just in case the tracklist wasn't proof enough, that No Ceilings 2 is really dropping tonight, Lil Wayne releases a little preview with his freestyle over The Weeknd's "The Hills."
  • Tell Your Friends (Freestyle)
    Tell Your Friends (Freestyle)
    Belly let go "Money Go" this morning, and shortly thereafter he followed it up with a "Tell Your Friends" freestyle. The Canadian rapper gives us his own take on The Weeknd's Kanye West-produced instrumental-- did he one-up his friend and affiliate with his version? Let us know what you think.
  • When I See It (Extended Version)
    When I See It (Extended Version)
    Kanye West surprised fans earlier this month and released two new songs onto his soundcloud page, an alternate version to “Say You Will” and a remix to The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.” The latter, which was produced by Kanye & his long time collaborator Mike Dean, has now seen a new extended version of the instrumental surface online tonight thanks to Mike Dean. The four-minute instrumental is a little more heavier with the guitar, but still dope nonetheless. Give it a listen and go tell your friends.
  • Tell Your Friends (Remix)
    Tell Your Friends (Remix)
    Ja Rule is getting a chance at small screen fame with his upcoming MTV reality show "docu-series," as they like to call it, centered around the NY rapper and his collective. The first episode premieres tonight, so with that in mind, Ja has decided to drop a quick little remix of The Weeknd's Kanye West-produced record "Tell Your Friends." He tacks a short verse onto the beginning of the Beauty Behind the Madness cut, and let's it ride out from there.
  • Nocturnal
    Disclosure's sophomore album Caracal features a smorgasbord of talented R&B artists, including Sam Smith, Kwabs, Miguel, and chart destroyer The Weeknd. Disclosure bestows Abel the honor of appearing on Caracal's leadoff track "Nocturnal," which is right up his alley judging by the name alone.
  • The Hills (RL Grime Remix)
    The Hills (RL Grime Remix)
    "The Hills" might be the closest The Weeknd has come to recreating the sound of House Of Balloons since the celebrated mixtape. This is partially due to his reunion with Illangelo, an essential part of crafting the breakthrough sound. Still, the song was a little more wide-screen than Abel's first outing, scrubbing some of the paranoia from the style and replacing it with a pummeling EDM-infused bassline. It earned him a pretty big hit, and by now, you might even be sick of hearing it on the radio.
  • Tell Your Friends (Remix)
    Tell Your Friends (Remix)
    We've got new Drake, and of course, it came via OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1. OVO co-founder Oliver El-Khatib took the decks and dropped a Drizzy remix of The Weeknd's Kanye West-produced hit "Tell Your Friends," off Beauty Behind the Madness. 
  • High For This
    High For This
    It's pretty tough to have a stronger debut than The Weeknd's 2011 House of Balloons. Previously an unknown, The Weeknd generated a ton of buzz with what was a rather revolutionary pop sound, painting massive soundscapes with his own voice as the primary brush. Leadoff track "High For This" set the tone for the entire EP. Produced by Dream Machine, it changed the reverb game forever and immediately becoming the bedroom anthem for thousands of couples everywhere trying to have some epic sex.
  • Can't Feel My Face
    Can't Feel My Face
    A week or two ago an unofficial version of this single began circulating the interwebs, but today, we've got the official single thanks to an iHeart Radio premiere. It follows up The Weeknd's recent visual for "The Hills." "The Hills" brought back that quintessential, moody Weeknd sound that fans will remember from the House of Balloons days.
  • In The Night
    In The Night
    Ever since he delivered a show-stopping cover of "Dirty Diana" on Echoes Of Silence, The Weeknd's affinity for Michael Jackson's been no secret. Today, though, he delivers what might be his most M.J.-esque original track to date. Following "I Can't Feel My Face," here's "In The Night."
  • I Can't Feel My Face
    I Can't Feel My Face
    A few weeks back, The Weeknd's label, Columbia, announced a date for his new album, only to have it called "fake" by Abel Tesfaye himself just hours later. Although we still don't have any additional details about the still-untitled project, a few new Weeknd tracks hit the internet this weekend, so it seems that a new project is indeed on the way. Here's the first of them, the Max Martin-produced "I Can't Feel My Face." 
  • Earned It (Remix)
    Earned It (Remix)
    Though we haven't heard much of The Weeknd since 2013's Kiss Land, his latest single, "Earned It," from the "Fifty Shades of Grey" OST, is the biggest hit of his career. The song currently sits at #3 on the Billboard 100, and another R&B superstar, Trey Songz, has decided to try his chops at the instantly recognizable instrumental. 
  • White Girl
    White Girl
    Ottawa's Belly has been hot in Canada for years now, though he's never gotten the attention he deserves in the States. After a two-year hiatus, the XO affiliate looks to change that with his new mixtape Up For Days. "Might Not" originally caught our eye, with a rare feature from The Weeknd, but the 10-track tape is full of gems, including "White Girl," a collab with Travi$ Scott. 
  • Might Not
    Might Not
    Belly just dropped off a project by the name of Up For Days, and included on there is a cut called "Might Not," which features The Weeknd, whose crew (XO) counts Belly as a member. 
  • 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.