The weekend live at sofi stadium: This is your opportunity to catch up if you missed The Weeknd on his After Hours To Dawn Tour. Live at SoFi Stadium, a 31-track collection documenting the singer’s two-night engagement at the Los Angeles venue in November 2022. It was released on Friday (March 3).
Abel’s most well-known songs, including “Wicked Games,” “Kiss Land,” “Starboy,” “Can’t Feel My Face,” “Save Your Tears,” “Die For You,” and “Blinding Lights,” are included on the career-overview track list as one might anticipate. The Weeknd and Mike Dean co-executive produced the series. Which serves as a companion to his most recent HBO spectacular Live at SoFi Stadium.
“Crew Love,” “Heartless,” “Party Monster,” “Faith,” “Out of Time,” “I Feel It Coming,” and “Oh Nah,” which features Ty Dolla $ign. These are some of the other tracks on the album.
The release of the album comes at the beginning of what is expected to be a busy year for Weeknd.
In addition to starring in his first feature film, which he is also co-writing and executive producing with director Trey Edward Shults (It Comes At Night). The singer is also set to make his series debut on the as-yet-unscheduled HBO series The Idol. Wednesday actress Jenna Ortega will also serve as an executive producer.
As if that weren’t enough, Weeknd and Ariana Grande returned to our ears last week with the remix of their 2016 hit song “Die For You.” This is the dynamic duo’s fourth collaboration; their previous two projects were the remix of “Save Your Tears” in 2021 and “Love Me Harder” in 2014. Weeknd also contributed to “Off the Table” from Ari’s most recent album, 2020’s Positions, and his feature on “Love Me Harder” in 2014.
The Weeknd, an R&B musician, has released “Live at SoFi Stadium,” his first-ever live album. The 31-track CD details The Weeknd’s two-night engagement at the Los Angeles venue in November 2022. Some of the Weeknd’s most well-known songs, such as Starboy, Can’t Feel My Face, Save Your Tears, and Blinding Lights, are included on the track list.
The singer, who was born Abel Tesfaye, and Mike Dean executive produced the album. It’s a companion piece to his most recent Live at SoFi Stadium HBO special.