Canadian singer The Weeknd has just popped up in Future's new video for "Low Life," the single from his new LP EVOL, which Abel Tesfaye co-produced
After a busy month which saw The Weeknd drop out of Rihanna's Anti Tour to put the finishing touches on Beauty Behind the Madness, the Canadian singer has popped up in the new video for Atlanta rapper Future's first single "Low Life" from EVOL. Not only do the Toronto singer's vocals feature heavily in the new track, but the man known for his chops in the studio has a co-producer credit on the song as well. Indeed, you can hear the R&B singer's characteristic languid harmonies and low bass anchoring the song. And in the video both men show up dressed to the nines singing about how many women they can bang and leave behind. Watch it now!
Yep, The Weeknd's been repping for that low life from his Bay Street apartment all the way to Washington D.C., where the Canadian singer called Prime Minister Trudeau "unbelievable." Now he's repping his other fam south of the border. And Future being from Atlanta, you know's he's going to do things southern style. That's right, The Weeknd just flashed you the west side sign, even though Ontario's the first of the eastern provinces and Georgia's nowhere near what you'd begin to call "west." But what does it matter when you're rolling in a car straight from the post-apocalypse Georgia's become famous for and lo-riding around archaic female dancers clad in Borat suits? You gotta have a lot of dough, as they say, to look so broke. What do you think of the video?