‘Dawn FM’ is Going to be a Part of A New Trilogy Says The Weeknd

The renowned Canadian singer, The Weeknd started his career with the 2011 mixtapes- House of Balloons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence, which was later said to be a part of the Trilogy. The Weeknd stated that his latest album, Dawn FM, is a part of a new Trilogy. Fans are super excited about this as they wonder what this new trilogy may consist of.  

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After sharing a photo of himself in his old man makeup on Twitter, he wrote, “I wonder… did you know you’re experiencing a new trilogy?” Many fans are curious about the third album that is in the pipeline for now and is likely to be called ‘After Life’. 

Fans have begun to theorize and are sharing screenshots, believing that his character would have died in ‘After Hours’, and is suffering in ‘Dawn FM’. One of the fans said, “In the 3rd chapter he’ll either go to heaven or hell”. 

The Weeknd said, “I was not bothered about having physical copies of my new album available during release week, what matters is getting to experience the album together with the fans during these times”. 

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The reviews said, “‘Dawn FM’ feels like the first steps on a journey for The Weeknd to find peace with himself; perhaps next time we hear from him, he’ll be fully embracing the light of day”. 

Recently, The Weeknd dropped his latest LP, which brought in 60 million streams on Spotify in its first 24 hours, and is expected to earn somewhere between 150,000 and 170,000 equivalent album units in its first week. 

The 16-track Dawn FM features guest appearances from Jim Carrey, Tyler, the Creator, Lil Wayne, Quincy Jones, and Oneohtrix Point Never. On the production side of things, The Weeknd relied heavily on Max Martin, Matt Cohn, OPN, and Oscar Holter.