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The Weeknd Drops 2 Videos From Surprise Project, ‘My Dear Melancholy’

The Weeknd // photo by David Brendan Hall

Canadian crooner The Weeknd dropped a surprise project last Thursday entitled My Dear Melancholy, and has already released not one but two videos to accompany the short body of work.

The Grammy winner released both videos via Spotify, and are both shot vertically to look like cell phone vids. Check out “Call Out My Name” here and “Try Me” here.

The six-track long EP only includes one guest artist, French musician Gesaffelstein, who appears on “I Was Never There” and “Hurt You.” Production is a bit more varied, including beats from big names like Frank Dukes, Mill Will Made-It, Skrillex and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of Daft Punk, according to XXL.

“Call Out My Name,” already has fans dissecting it’s lyrics, as some believe it’s about ex-girlfriend and fellow pop star, Selena Gomez.

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