The Weeknd Continues His Musical Dominance With 'Starboy'

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The Weeknd only seems to be getting better and better with time.

He has found the perfect formula for creating and incredible pop hit that rises up the charts, providing a hit for the streets to bang in their trunk and also has the perfect R&B tracks to set the mood.

The release of Starboy is a testament to just how versatile he really is and is another successful notch in his discography.

His singles, "I Feel It Coming," "Starboy," "Party Monster" and "False Alarm" all seemed to touch each genre that The Weeknd has seemingly mastered.

That's why it's no surprise that he continued to showcase just how amazing of an artist he is with more hits like "Rockin'," "Secrets" and pretty much the rest of the Starboy album.

The Weeknd has matured into an artist far beyond his years and we aren't surprise he landed artists like Daft Punk, Lana Del Rey, Kendrick Lamar and Future for this album. We didn't expect the "Stargirl Interlude" featuring Lana Del Rey to be so short.

It was so beautiful it simply leaves you wanting more. Each Daft Punk collaboration was funky and gets your feet tapping while he and Kendrick Lamar smash "Sidewalks" out of the park.

Meanwhile, Future appears on two tracks, "Six Feet Under" and "All I Know" which both feature some bass-heavy production that will easily rattle your trunklids.

All in all there are just so many high points on the album that we'll let the listener figure out why everyone is raving about Starboy. You can stream The Weeknd's Starboy album below.

Stream The Weeknd's Starboy Album

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