The Weeknd goes back to 2013 on the fifth anniversary of "Kiss Land."
Aside from a few features and a short EP in My Dear Melancholy, The Weeknd has been pretty quiet this year. His fans continue to speculate about what the artist may be plotting as his next move and while nothing has materialized yet, the hints are certainly there. He was a prominent guest on two of the biggest albums this year in Travis Scott's Astroworld and the Kendrick Lamar-curated Black Panther: The Album but fans are eager to hear a new full-length from the Torontonian. Whether or not we'll get it this year is beyond us but considering his latest move, Abel seems to be just fine letting his supporters look back on his extensive catalog.
Many of the artist's fans are public about wanting him to embrace the darker side in his music and much of those vibes were apparent throughout Trilogy and Kiss Land. With today being the 5-year anniversary of Kiss Land's release, Abel decided to release some new merch inspired by the album on his website. If you're interested, you better act fast because it's only available in limited quantities.
The album was heavily influenced by Japan and you can easily see how that is being tied in with the merch as Japanese writing is apparent on most pieces. The highlight of the collection is a collaboration with Medicom Toy for a new "Be@rbrick." Some of the hoodies are already sold out so we repeat, if you're feeling any of the pieces, cop them now before it's too late. Shop here.