The Weeknd Debuts Official "Try Me" Remix with Quavo, Swae Lee & Trouble

A standout from his latest EP.

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Fresh off the high-profile release of a BAPE x XO collection, The Weeknd returns with more new music for his fans.

Specifically, The Weeknd has taken to the second episode of his Memento Mori program on Apple’s Beats 1 radio platform to debut a new, official remix of “Try Me.” Originally featured on his My Dear Melancholy project from this past March, “Try Me” receives a sonic facelift courtesy of Quavo, Swae Lee and Trouble. Besides “Try Me,” The Weeknd also used the latest edition of his Beats 1 show to shine the spotlight on some lesser-known records and artists he’s been feeling.

An unofficial radio-rip of The Weeknd, Quavo, Swae Lee and Trouble’s new “Try Me” remix is currently available for streaming on YouTube.

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