Here are five things we wish to see on The Weeknd's "My Dear Melancholy."
Earlier this week, The Weeknd shared a screenshot of a conversation with his creative designer that read, “Should we drop Friday? I’m indifferent to be honest.” Of course, this sparked speculation that he’d be dropping the first single off of his project or an album. The rumors of a new album were sparked further after a billboard in London’s Shoreditch popped up that read, “My Dear Melancholy, New Album from The Weeknd.” Shortly after this circulated, The Weeknd confirmed the project was dropping tonight on Instagram.
He hasn’t shared much information about the project, but there’s been some tidbits that have given us some sort of idea of what to expect. According to Travis Scott, the album is “scary” and reminds him of the first time he listened to The Weeknd. The album art and title of the project seemingly confirm what Scott says. However, we’ll ultimately find out what The Weeknd’s been working on for the past little while tonight when his fourth studio album, My Dear Melancholy, drops.
The details around the project might be vague but the details that have surfaced helps decipher what The Weeknd’s been working on. We’ve compiled a list of five things we’re hoping to see on his new album, My Dear Melancholy based on what we know.