The Weeknd has released a video for “Too Late” from his album After Hours. In the video, the GRAMMY award winner’s decapitated head is found in the middle of the street by two deranged super fans. From there, they need to find a body to attach it to. The very NSFW video was directed by Cliqua (Bad Bunny, Rosalia, J Balvin, etc..). Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
Also available today is the release of The Weeknd and Suicoke sandal collab presented by XO Brand. This first release between the cult Japanese sandal brand and XO is inspired by the Moto style. On the strap are two velcro pads that have been adhered to the two straps. On top of that is an original XO logo patch. The patch is removable and can be attached as desired. The model comes in an all-black upper, footbed, and outsole. You can see them here below.
Purchase the sandal: https://shop.theweeknd.com/
Props to The Weeknd
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