Dawn FM, the Weeknd’s new album, was released on January 6, 2022, at 9 p.m., Pacific standard time.

The very exciting and alienated music was well received by fans and those who happened to learn about the freshly released album.

Many people may argue that the music was not explosive, which I agree with, and that his music is all the same. I believe that artists like him are distinctive, but that their music can become repetitive at times.

I don’t usually care much for the Weeknd, but his new album is fantastic. The Weeknd fully developed the sound that he was looking for in After Hours. I hear a lot of criticism about the songs on the album sounding the same, but I can’t get behind that, although it does sound the same.

Because of his futuristic choices and the high quality to which The Weeknd holds his music, I received The Weeknd album so well. Although they do sound similar the songs are all different in their own way either in theme, or in the different melodies and vocals used in each song.

This Weeknd album has an ’80s vibe to it. The Weeknd’s voice sounds different from his usual self, which is why the record is so good.

“Gasoline” is my personal favorite track on the album. The catchy chorus and lyrics that go together with the relaxing groove of the music are the reasons I think this song is so great.

But that’s not all. “Take My Breath” is another catchy wonderful song, in my opinion. This is the album’s opening track, and there’s a reason for it. That’s my definition of a disco, Utopian, futuristic music. You just want to jump up and start dancing when you hear this music.

The Weekends album also features “Sacrifice” and “Starry Eyes.” “Sacrifice” is more of an upbeat electro-funk tune, while “Starry Eyes” is a slower, more vocal-focused song. 

So, what’s the point? So, if you enjoyed After Hours and The Weeknd as an artist, I suggest that you check it out. It may not be for everyone, but it is something that would please those who are fans of his music. I don’t believe it’ll be long until all songs have a futuristic feel to them, so sit back and prepare yourself.