The premier husband-and-wife team in pop music of the 2010s is back. It came as a pleasant surprise when The Weeknd and Ariana Grande teamed up once more for a remix of the former's "Die for You." The Weeknd's hit 2016 album Starboy featured "Die for You" as its sixth single, and it has since seen a genuine comeback because to TikTok's popularity. Nearly seven years after it initially graced DSPs as the swan song of The Weeknd's Grammy-winning third studio album, Grande is now attempting to assist the song reach No. 1 on the Hot 100.
Temperature risin’, bodies united / Now that I trapped you in my arms.” Ooh wee, The Weeknd (AbelTesfaye)! That sugar honey iced tea right there is da-yum sexy. The lyrics hail from the pre-chorus of his single, “Double Fantasy”, which hails from the HBO original series, The Idol. The Grammy-winning Canadian R&B singer collaborates with ATL’s finest, Future (Nayvadius Wilburn). “Double Fantasy” was written by Tesfaye and Wilburn alongside Leland Wayne and MIKE DEAN. The Weeknd and Dean produce alongside the always ill Metro Boomin. The results are positive, all said and done .
The Weeknd has hinted he's "ready to close" a chapter in his music career. In an interview for W magazine published on Monday, the singer-songwriter - real name Abel Tesfaye - revealed that he is evaluating some of his choices. "I'm going through a cathartic path right now," he shared. "It's getting to a place and a time where I'm getting ready to close The Weeknd chapter. I'll still make music, maybe as Abel, maybe as The Weeknd. But I still want to kill The Weeknd. And I will. Eventually. I'm definitely trying to shed that skin and be reborn."