AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye has finally delivered his next piece of work after a long wait from his last full album release of “Starboy” back in 2016, with the release of “After Hours” which againprovides the audience with the typical Unique voice he possesses. With a mix of 80s, modern pop and R&B, its an unpredictable yet exciting experience listening to this album. The Toronto based artist has produced music to the great enjoyment of … Continue reading AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd