The Highlights | The Weeknd

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The Highlights

The Highlights is the second greatest hits album by Canadian singer the Weeknd. It was released on February 5, 2021, and follows the release of his fourth studio album After Hours (2020) and his first greatest hits album The Weeknd in Japan (2018).It was released in anticipation of his performance at the Super Bowl LV halftime show. The track list is composed of songs from his three Billboard 200 number one studio albums: Beauty Behind the Madness (2015), Starboy (2016), and After Hours (2020), his debut mixtape House of Balloons (2011), his EP My Dear Melancholy (2018), and his two co-lead collaborations "Love Me Harder" and "Pray for Me", with Ariana Grande and Kendrick Lamar respectively, from the albums My Everything (2014) and Black Panther: The Album (2018). -Wikipedia

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  • University News

    As a super fan of The Weeknd, I find him captivating because of the story of his rise to fame, and I simply get lost in the music. Due to their versatility , I have found his songs applicable to all moments in life. My favorite albums of all time are “Trilogy” and “Beauty Behind The Madness.” With both of these albums, you honestly receive a sensual vibe that refrains from becoming too vulgar. He is one of the only artists where I can listen to each album and not skip a song.  

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  • Redbrick Music

    Overall, I think this is a perfect compilation. However, I am disappointed that he hasn’t included some of his other hits that I would have liked to have seen. But if you hadn’t listened to The Weeknd before, this would probably be a good place to start to get up to speed on his music. Also, it is just good if you already like his music. You can get a mix from all of his albums.  

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  • Rap Reviews

    t probably goes without saying that “The Highlights” is worthwhile, but if you already own The Weeknd’s entire catalogue, then it’s just somebody at his record label doing the work of putting together the mixtape for you. If not this would be as good a primer for his output as any other possible, although it deserves to be said he’s a much darker and danker artist than the red suits and choreographed dancing may have led you to believe. That’s a GOOD thing.  

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