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Toronto R&B enigma Abel Tesfaye presents his landmark trifecta of mixtapes in one bleak, woozy stretch. Over Trilogy’s three hours, we descend ever deeper into the antihero’s decadent universe: Tesfaye pours Alizé in his cereal over bleary synth washes on “The Morning,” and that’s about as PG as he gets. But for all its doomy R&B nihilism—"House of Balloons / Glass Table Girls" combines sex, drugs, and Siouxsie samples—"D.D." hints at Tesfaye's interest in joining pop’s one-gloved upper echelon.

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Long time fan. Love this dude so much I'm goin to best buy to cop the physical version there's some dope booklets it comes with which to me are worth something. But yes the weeknd is probably the next Prince/MJ this dudes writing, singing skills are amazing. To me he created a new genre like dark painful rnb you can hear it in this guys voice he puts his heart and soul into his music. And for what 10$ that says a lot. Trilogy is worth well over 10 measly dollars. Abel apparently doesn't care about the money. You can't put a price tag on timeless art. XO till we overdose. Peace.

I listen to these songs every single day & it never gets old. He's amazing. 😍




Born: February 16, 1990 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '10s

Allegedly "shrouded in mystery" despite a social media presence (with accompanying photos) on Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, SoundCloud, and YouTube, as well as major support from fellow Torontonian Drake, alternative R&B act the Weeknd -- a solo outlet for vocalist Abel Tesfaye -- surfaced in March 2011 with House of Balloons. A nine-track, 50-minute mixtape made available for free download on the Weeknd website, House of Balloons was based in morose ballads filled with drug references and sexual longing....
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