The Weeknd Drops “He Was Never There” Docupoem + Rules Billboard Chart – Video & Details Here!
The Weeknd has dropped “He Was Never There”, a docupoem which appears to be about the making of his recently released, #1 on Billboard EP, My Dear Melancholy. The six minute and six second video is directed by Joachim Johnson.
My Dear Melancholy debut five songs in the top 10 of Billboard’s On-Demand Streaming Songs is a Billboard 200-chart topping album. Led by “Call Out My Name,” which debuts at No. 1 on the April 14-dated list with 32.2 million on-demand audio streams, according to Nielsen Music. “Try Me” and “Wasted Times” debut at Nos. 3 and 4 with 21.3 and 19.6 million on-demand audio streams and “I Was Never There” (17.7 million) and “Hurt You” (14.9 million) debut at Nos. 7 and 9.
In doing so, The Weeknd becomes the first artist to debut five songs simultaneously in the top 10 of the chart since Kendrick Lamar, who launched eight into the region on the May 6, 2017.
Watch his docupeom below.
The Weeknd also released a teaser for his upcoming video “Call Out My Name”, which will be released sometime today, Thursday.
check out the teaser below.
The Weeknd is gearing up for what he promises to be an epic show at the Coachella Valley Music Arts Festival in Indio, California on April 13.
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