The Weeknd Reveals New Album & Collaboration with Daft Punk
The Weeknd has announced a follow up to his hugely successful 2015 album 'Beauty Behind The Madness'.
The Canadian born artist has revealed his brand new album cover on Twitter.
The album, titled Starboy is set for release on November 25th and will have 18 tracks.
The singer has also gone for a new look, getting rid of his trademark dreadlocks.
He also made news during the week after deleting all of his photos from his Instagram account and instead posting only a few pictures relating to his upcoming release.
The singer has had a stellar year, recently picking up eight awards at the Billboard Music Awards.
As well as unveiling the new artwork, The Weeknd has also teased his collaboration with French duo Daft Punk which shares the same name as the upcoming album.
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