The Weeknd Unveils New Album 'After Hours' Tracklist

14 tracks, no features.

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The Weeknd has unveiled the new tracklist for his upcoming album After Hours out March 20 out via XO/Republic Records. The news comes after the reclusive international superstar dropped exclusive merch available for just 24 hours, teamed up with READYMADE for a new capsule collection and made his highly-anticipated appearance on Saturday Night Live.

After Hours will span 14 total tracks and according to The Weeknd’s social media postings, it won’t feature any guests for the time being. That all could change with a few unlisted features once the album drops, though. His After Hours world tour features Don Toliver, Sabrina Claudia and 88GLAM as openers (and has yet to be rescheduled given the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak).

The rollout for his fourth studio album (and first in four years following 2016’s Starboy) has been expansive. Multiple visuals have followed a red velvet jacket-wearing The Weeknd battered and bloody in a Hunter S. Thompson-inspired journey. It’s been both comedic and grim and showcases the Toronto singer-songwriter’s acting chops following his appearance has himself in Uncut Gems. The Weeknd’s released visuals include the After Hours short film, his “Blinding Lights” music video and the debut “Heartless” visual.

The Weeknd has also unveiled that his ongoing Memento Mori Beats 1 Apple Music radio show will be getting an exclusive stream the night his album drops, Thursday, March 19 at 9pm PT. Check out the tracklist below and stay tuned for more updates in the near future.

In more music news, Thundercat just released his latest single, “Fair Chance” featuring Lil B and Ty Dolla $ign.

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