You Are no longer going to consider this, but issues get bloody in The Weeknd‘s new brief film.
The Weeknd, represented with the aid of his human self, Abel Tesafaye, and a black leopard it sounds as if named Murphy, encounters a mysterious enemy to a violent result in is his new 12 minute video/mini slasher flick.
The quick movie options clips of up to now launched songs from Starboy, out later this week — “All i do know,” “Celebration Monster” and “i can Feel It Coming” featuring Future, Lana del Rey and Daft Punk, respectively. We get a style of “Sidewalks,” too, although Kendrick Lamar’s verse is still underneath wraps.
Tesafaye makes a nod to his improbable success story, singing, “Homeless to Forbes list,” as he travels to a dangerous nightclub, the eventual scene of the crime, in a flashy sports activities automotive. Eerily, the whole thing closes out with a happy ending of types.
The clip was once directed by Sky Ferreira collaborator Furnish Singer and produced with the aid of Nameless Content Material, the manufacturing company at the back of Mr. Robotic.