The Weeknd - After Hours

After Hours

The Weeknd

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2020-03-20
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • ℗ 2020 The Weeknd XO, Inc., marketed by Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings,


Title Artist Time
Alone Again The Weeknd 4:10 USD 1.29 | Download
Too Late The Weeknd 3:59 USD 1.29 | Download
Hardest To Love The Weeknd 3:31 USD 1.29 | Download
Scared To Live The Weeknd 3:11 USD 1.29 | Download
Snowchild The Weeknd 4:07 USD 1.29 | Download
Escape From LA The Weeknd 5:55 USD 1.29 | Download
Heartless The Weeknd 3:18 USD 1.29 | Download
Faith The Weeknd 4:43 USD 1.29 | Download
Blinding Lights The Weeknd 3:20 USD 1.29 | Download
In Your Eyes The Weeknd 3:57 USD 1.29 | Download
Save Your Tears The Weeknd 3:35 USD 1.29 | Download
Repeat After Me (Interlude) The Weeknd 3:15 USD 1.29 | Download
After Hours The Weeknd 6:01 USD 1.29 | Download
Until I Bleed Out The Weeknd 3:10 USD 1.29 | Download
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I love this song and I love the lyrics and beat.. But also the start up and the background “vocal” ish stuff is just the intro to Radioactive but slightly off key / minor, lol. I really appreciate that but I also find it kinda funny... (2018-08-23 22:45:08)

every song on here is amazing. I’m totally obsessed with blue lemonade! It reminds me of sunny afternoon which I love!... (2018-08-23 23:50:52)

Post Malone outdid himself with this album. Every song is a banger and deserves to be a hit. This is one album I can start at te first song and listen to all of it and love every second of it.... (2018-08-23 23:37:25)

Love the album bazzi!! U did an amazing job just wish that the whole album could have been a clean version... (2018-08-23 23:31:14)

I love this soundtrack so much. All of the songs are fantastic and are beautifully written. I’ve been a fan of this show since it opened on Broadway and even after seeing the show this soundtrack still brings me the same joy. Absolutely amazing!... (2018-09-03 23:09:10)


  • One of the best albums these past couple of years

    By yzzi22
    I don’t normally write reviews for albums, but this album is to good to pass up. This is TRUE music. I love the 80’s instrumentals and vocal aesthetics, and the lyrics and the way he sings it....really takes me back. Even songs that don’t sound all 80’s or don’t use that type of instrumental, his vocals makes up for it completely. I love this album so much and I haven’t loved an album like this in FOREVER.
  • So good

    By Itz_rims
  • Why this an amazing album

    By joyeyherty
    The conventional mix of his pop appeal and the dark moody atmosphere that made Abel The Weeknd. Hasn’t been more cohesive to the affect of this album. Another plus is the storytelling and world building that this project has, in which feels more or less like a horror movie than an actual album. The lyrics made to this very dreary world that he has created. In which opposed to the usual drugs sex and money of usual weeknd affair their shows depth and regret on this album.
  • cancelled

    By fwebvue
    imagine cheating in the billboard charts 😡
  • Himself

    By GameAZ
    Raw, real, himself through his own life journey. Best album to date!
  • I love love love your vary great song Blinding Lights 😍👍🏻😀

    By pop star😃❤️
    I love love love your vary great song Blinding Lights😀👍🏻😍
  • ABEL always deliverssss

    By c0013R
  • XO

    By Ossamaa
  • Idk what’s up with his music nowadays

    By livluvmusic
    The Blinding lights song sounds like a knock off cheesy 80’s synth pop (Young Turks from Rod Stewart) with no rhythm or chord modulations whatsoever. I should know, I am a child of the 80’s. If you’re not then don’t even try. It sounds a bit underdone and needs work still. Plus the album cover is scawy. What is he trying to channel this time, MJ’s thriller again? Just sayin’
  • Thriller 2020

    By Kool Person99
    A fantastic showcase of God-given talent. The Wknd made it big with the industry’s typical pop song laden with drug references (I can’t Feel My Face). His various other works including Blinding Lights proves he is far much more. A revival of the 1980’s “Thriller” but yet a shining original. The King of Pop should be proud of the talent following in his footsteps. 🔥🔥

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