The Weeknd is planning his career. And “The Idol,” “worst series of the year,” didn’t get a grand reception. Abel Tesfaye wants to leave behind the nickname she told him. In his words, he wants to “kill The Weeknd”. And now, the author of ‘Dawn FM’ has announced that he will stop collaborating with other artists… “unless Daft Punk comes back”.
It was in Prague, at the last concert of his tour, where Tesfaye announced that ‘Another One of Me’, an unreleased song he sang live, would be the last song he would release in collaboration with another artist. Although it has not been revealed which artist appears in the theme, some fans think it is Diddy, and his name appears on setlists that can be consulted online.
Later, on Twitter, Tesfaye clarified that if Daft Punk reunited, he would allow a happy exception to his commitment to never collaborate with another artist again. Ask a little Of course, putting a meeting like this on the table is better than The Weeknd: Tesfaye and Daft Punk collaborated, as everyone will remember, on their successful 2016 single “Starboy.”
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It goes without saying that The Weeknd has collaborated with other artists throughout his career. Without going any further, Tesfaye has appeared on Travis Scott’s single ‘KPOP’ with Bad Bunny. Also this year, he scored a minor hit with ‘Popular’, his collaboration with Playboi Carti and Madonna. Earlier this year, his duet with Ariana Grande – with whom he has worked on several occasions – ‘Die for You’ reached No. 1 in the United States. His collaboration ‘Creepin’ with Metro Boomin and 21 Savage is one of his recent hits.
The Weeknd’s tour recently passed through Madrid, from where it left a sour-sweet taste: «The concert is mainly based on the songs, but the artists, the show, the charisma (the humor in the show has no top) presented Are carried out under similar sound superproductions Peldano».