The Weeknd announces 'Beauty Behind The Madness' album
The Weeknd currently has multiple hits on his hands, and soon, he'll have an album in which these popular songs can call home.
The mercurial R&B artist has announced that the follow-up to 2013's Kiss Land will be titled Beauty Behind The Madness, and shared the album artwork, which looks a lot like the "Can't Feel My Face" cover. An Aug. 28 release date has been bandied about the Internet, and although an official date has yet to be announced, a source confirmed that the album will be arriving that day.
More from Billboard:
Beauty Behind The Madness has been preceded by "Can't Feel My Face," which stays at its peak of No. 6 on the Hot 100 this week, and "The Hills," which moves into the Top 20 on this week's tally. The Weeknd also scored a smash earlier this year with "Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)," from the Fifty Shades Of Grey soundtrack.
A little over a week after the release of his new album, the Weeknd will headline the Made In America festival in Philadelphia over Labor Day weekend. The singer-songwriter closed out one day of Coachella earlier this year, and will perform at Lollapalooza next month.
Fox's 'Grease: Live' Casts Its Danny Zuko
Ariana Grande's Donut Licking Stunt Knocks Shop's Health Rating Down
Watch Lady Gaga Surprise Copenhagen Jazz Fest With 'La Vie En Rose'