The Weeknd lets loose visuals for "King Of The Fall."
Though The Weeknd hasn't dropped off new music since "King Of The Fall" back in July, he's taken the chance to hit us with a pair of music videos in the past week. Last week we got the "Lost In Translation"-inspired "Often" visuals, and today he's dropped off the official video for "King Of The Fall."
A slo-mo clip, this video is much more involved than the "Often" video, which was all shot in one room. This time, we see Abel Tesfaye walking through the streets and encountering many different characters.
In the song, he paraphrases George W. Bush with the line, "if you ain't with me, you're against me." Mission accomplished, Mr. Tesfaye, this video is ill.