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My Dear Melancholy,

Album by The Weeknd
2018, 6 tracks, 22 mins 2 sec
      Call Out My Name
      Official 1
      Call Out My Name (Live from Global Citizen Festival NYC 2018)
      Live 1
      Call Out My Name (Live from Morocco Mawazine Festival 2018)
      Live 2
      Call Out My Name (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Call Out My Name (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 2
      Call Out My Name (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 3
      Call Out My Name
      Static Image 1
      Call Out My Name (Remixed by B1A3)
      Remix 1
      Call Out My Name (Remixed by Raspo)
      Remix 2
      Call Out My Name (Remixed by Lilian-Fae)
      Remix 3
      Try Me (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Try Me
      Static Image 1
      Try Me (Remixed by juan xo (slowed + reverb))
      Remix 1
      Try Me (Remixed by nCamargo)
      Remix 2
      Try Me (Covered by Nevie Sticks)
      User Cover 1
      Try Me (Covered by Fabrice Petit)
      User Cover 2
      Try Me (Covered by Sneha Khati)
      User Cover 3
      Try Me (Covered by Kara Leisten)
      User Cover 4
      Try Me (Covered by Sherry Ngo)
      User Cover 5
      Wasted Times
      Static Image 1
      Wasted Times (Remixed by Kibito)
      Remix 1
      Wasted Times (Remixed by Chediak)
      Remix 2
      Wasted Times (Remixed by Four20)
      Remix 3
      Wasted Times (Remixed by Blvkrose)
      Remix 4
      Wasted Times (Remixed by Moosho)
      Remix 5
      Wasted Times (Remixed by KENJI)
      Remix 6
      Wasted Times (Covered by LaVoyce)
      User Cover 1
      Wasted Times (Covered by The Theorist)
      User Cover 2
      Wasted Times (Covered by Cam Fattore)
      User Cover 3
      I Was Never There
      Static Image 1
      I Was Never There (Remixed by Rob C)
      Remix 1
      I Was Never There (Remixed by BLAV)
      Remix 2
      I Was Never There (Remixed by Heel Boss)
      Remix 3
      I Was Never There (Remixed by DJ BARS)
      Remix 4
      I Was Never There (Covered by Royston)
      User Cover 1
      I Was Never There (Covered by Christian Lalama)
      User Cover 2
      I Was Never There (Covered by Fabrice Petit)
      User Cover 3
      Hurt You (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Hurt You (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 2
      Hurt You (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 3
      Hurt You
      Static Image 1
      Hurt You (Remixed by DJ BARS)
      Remix 1
      Hurt You (Remixed by TONII)
      Remix 2
      Hurt You (Covered by Sondrey)
      User Cover 1
      Hurt You (Covered by Daniel Echo)
      User Cover 2
      Hurt You (Covered by whoisrune)
      User Cover 3
      Hurt You (Covered by Chris Mayor)
      User Cover 4
      Privilege (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Privilege
      Static Image 1
      Privilege (Remixed by BoD)
      Remix 1
      Privilege (Remixed by A JAYBeatz)
      Remix 2
      Privilege (Remixed by Kaixen)
      Remix 3
      Privilege (Remixed by Yoiman)
      Remix 4
      Privilege (Remixed by Hans Moleman)
      Remix 5
      Privilege (Remixed by TyQuil)
      Remix 6
      Privilege (Covered by Merve Baygin)
      User Cover 1
      Privilege (Covered by Sondrey)
      User Cover 2

Narratives(1)

Jul 04, 2019

The Weeknd Aants You To Be Sad Faster Than You’ve Ever Been Sad

The Weeknd is like the Harriet Tubman of OVO. After helping create a new sound and my favorite Drake album “Take Care”, he realized that he was worth more than a potential owl tattoo and a pat on the back from Drake. Through his own cunning and sheer determination, he escaped the OVO sweatshop with the overseer known as Drake and lived to tell the tale. He tried to take PartyNextDoor and DVSN with him, but they didn’t know they were slaves to OVO. He ran off on Drake and built a career all his own with nothing besides cocaine and heartbreak. You can tell that I Love Makonnen thought he would make the same moves but unfortunately, he watched his biggest single become another one of Drake’s. The Weeknd climbed out of the prison like Bruce Wayne in Rises and immediately got to work. Abel is one of the few artists who can announce music and completely shift everyone's mood. He’s like a summer thunderstorm when you’re at Six Flags, all you can do is stop and wait for him to pass before you walk through a much damper world. The Weeknd really is just like a storm except instead of Thunder strikes you hear strange yodeling. The minute you start press play on a Weeknd song things just get Dark and stay there; he's like the Winter Solstice. He’s comparable to the Night King from Game Of Thrones if instead of killing the living to create skeleton monsters, he just made you want to do drugs and have unprotected sex with strangers who take their Instagram photos exclusively with the X-Pro II filter. It goes without saying that people LOVE The Weeknd the way they love their antidepressants. I never got into him because I was well adjusted and was going through a legendary dry spell, so I had no chance to have depressing sex. However, I’ve since caught up and lived a semi sad couple of years, so when I saw that he had a tape literally called “My Dear Melancholy” coming out, I was ready to prepare myself for the pain. I put on a faded black hoodie on over a slightly less faded black tee and a new dad hat (the saddest outfit) and pressed play.

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Album Info

"My Dear Melancholy,"

Released

  • Mar 30, 2018

Genres

  • R&B

Label

  • XO
  • Republic

Producer

  • Frank Dukes (also exec.)
  • The Weeknd (exec.)
  • Cirkut
  • DaHeala
  • Gesaffelstein
  • Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo
  • Marz
  • Mike Will Made It
  • Skrillex

Studio

  • Henson, Los Angeles, CA
  • Gang, Paris, FR
  • Crown Towers Hotel, Melbourne, AU

About

My Dear Melancholy, is the first extended play (EP) by Canadian singer and songwriter The Weeknd. It has been referred to alternatively as an album and a mini-album, with the project's liner notes simply describing it as an "official studio recording". It was released on March 30, 2018, by XO and Republic Records. Primarily produced by Frank Dukes, who serves as an executive producer alongside The Weeknd, it features contributions from Gesaffelstein, as well as Mike Will Made It, DaHeala, Skrillex and Daft Punk's Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, among others.
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