Between prominent separations and spic and span music, The Weeknd has been no more interesting to features these previous not many months. The purported ‘R&B screw-up’ has been praising the achievement of most recent singles “Heartless”and “Blinding Lights”, as both beat the US and UK outlines toward the finish of 2019. Acclaimed for his sultry tunes about hard-celebrating and broken hearts, the Canadian crooner is likewise said to concoct another collection entitled Chapter 6. However with no updates on a discharge date, will The Weeknd visit the UK in 2020?
With the whirlwind of new music and a string recently night TV exhibitions (Fallon, Kimmel and then some), a 2020 visit appears to be likely for the Grammy-champ.
All things considered, The Weeknd had quite recently delighted in a multi month online life break to take a shot at his new collection. In August 2019, he tweeted a selfie with the inscription “collection mode full impact” before cleaning his Instagram account. Presently back in the spotlight, he has been effectively advancing his new singles with masterful recordings and trademark testy symbolism on Instagram (not to mention sporting his peculiar 80s-inspired new look — think Freddie Mecury’s moustache), and he’s been pretty open about the release of a new LP since.
As one fan on Twitter wrote on Dec 29 2019 : ‘… are you going to drop the album or nah?’ To which the singer replied, ‘of course I am eventually.’ So, Chapter 6 is coming somewhat soon — expected to be released early 2020. But what about a tour?
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The last time the Canadian star took his songs on the road was in 2017, for the Starboy: Legend of the Fall world tour. I’ve reached out to The Weeknd’s team to confirm whether a tour, UK or otherwise, will follow the Chapter 6’s release but they have yet to reveal.
Regardless, excited fans are already talking about the pending album release. Internet sleuths discovered The Weeknd had registered a song titled “Like Selena” on the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) website. Naturally, fans were quick to speculate the song is about his past relationship with pop star Selena Gomez (I mean, who else?). The couple were first linked in January 2017 but called it quits in October 2017. While they remained tight-lipped about their relationship during their coupling, Gomez and the “Starboy” singer made their official red carpet debut at the Met Gala in May 2017.