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Rogerson Remixes The Weeknd’s ‘The Hills’: DJcity Premiere

DJcity fan-favorite Rogerson is back with a remix of The Weeknd‘s 2015 hit “The Hills.” Upon its release, “The Hills” reached the top of the charts in the US and Canada, and cracked the top ten on charts around the world.

Rogerson’s remix takes the epic chorus from the original and layers it with strings before leading to a powerful drop. “It’s no surprise I like [the chorus] the most, because it’s really dreamy,” Rogerson says.

Preview Rogerson’s “The Hills” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Watch The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ Music Video

The Weeknd has released a video treatment for his Max Martin-produced hit “Blinding Lights.” The song peaked at No. 11 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

The dark and heavily synth pop-influenced track now has a similarly dark clip, shot on Las Vegas’ famed Fremont Street. It is a continuation of his previous video for “Heartless,” featuring strong Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas themes.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

Related Post: Watch The Weeknd’s ‘Heartless’ Music Video

Watch The Weeknd’s ‘Heartless’ Music Video

The Weeknd has dropped a psychedelic visual for his recently-released single “Heartless.” The track debuted at No. 32 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

In the Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas-inspired music video, The Weeknd and producer Metro Boomin party their way through Sin City.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

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The Weeknd Drops New Album, ‘My Dear Melancholy’

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After teasing it Thursday morning, The Weeknd has dropped a new album titled My Dear Melancholy. The six-track project is his first solo venture since 2016’s Starboy.

My Dear Melancholy was executive produced by The Weeknd and Grammy-winning producer Frank Dukes. It also contains production from Skrillex, Mike Will Made It, Cirkut, Gesaffelstein, Daft Punk‘s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Chris, and more.

The album features a dark R&B tone like the one on his 2011 debut mixtape, House of Balloons.

Watch a preview below and download the tracks “Hurt You” and “Wasted Times” off the project on DJcity.

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Watch Gucci Mane’s ‘Curve’ Video Feat. The Weeknd

Gucci Mane and The Weeknd get cloned in the video for their collaboration, “Curve.” The trippy, black-and-white visual features multiple Gucci and Abel figures rapping in a dark alley.

The single, which was DJcity’s 23rd most-downloaded track of September, appears on Gucci’s recently released album, Mr. Davis. Earlier this year, Gucci also released Droptopwop, a collaborative mixtape with Metro Boomin.

Watch the video above and download “Curve” on DJcity.

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Watch French Montana’s ‘A Lie’ Video Feat. The Weeknd and Max B

Fresh off the release of his album Jungle Rules, French Montana has returned with a video for the project’s new single “A Lie” featuring The Weeknd and Max B.

Directed by Spiff TV and Montana himself, the visual follows French and Abel partying around New York City. Max B, who’s serving a prison sentence, is shown through archival footage.

“A Lie,” which follows Montana’s hit single “Unforgettable,” currently sits at No. 6 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

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