"The Hills" is currently enjoying its fourth straight week at Number One, a feat made even more impressive because it took the place of another Weeknd track, "Can't Feel My Face" — Spotify's official song of the summer, and the only song about cocaine ever to be lip-synced by Tom Cruise on network TV.
Tesfaye is just the 12th artist in history to score back-to-back Number Ones, a group that includes Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Taylor Swift.
"But the screams keep getting louder, dude." Tesfaye comes over to say hi, dressed in black Levi's and a Roots hoodie, his tsunami of hair piled high atop his head.
"Sorry, I'm sick," he says, as his handshake becomes a fist bump in midair. ") This scene would not have seemed possible in 2011, when the Weeknd appeared with a trio of cult-favorite mixtapes that established both his sonic template — drug-drenched, indie-rock-sampling, sex-dungeon R&B — and his mysterious, brooding persona.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Drizzy has fallen for one of his musical collaborators.
In the past, the rapper has been romantically linked to singers like Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and even Taylor Swift.
I don’t know what he’s going to do with it, but yeah.”Yes, it’s true. Lo would later dismiss the idea that she only dates younger men, recalling her on and off again relationship with Beau “Casper” Smart.“I don’t date younger men.
“I just meet people and if I go out with them, I got out with them.
(Wait, the female mind is even more complex and hard to understand than we thought?
After talking about her chances of performing at the next Super Bowl and her Las Vegas residency, we finally got to the juicy part: Drake. Lo and Drizzy have rumored to be a fling since sharing a moment together on Instagram back in December. “Actually, he sent me a song that he wanted me to be on. At that same prom night, you could hear new vocals from the duo off their unreleased record.
They’ve been spending significant time in Los Angeles and Las Vegas the past few months, and paired up at a Winter Wonderland Prom in Hollywood.
For Tesfaye, that's relatively clean, but he knows the pensioners in Twickenham might disagree.
So when the verdict comes back "no swearing," he nods and smoothly pivots to a censored version — a small gesture that says a lot about the kind of professional he has become.