The Weeknd Says He’ll Be Sitting On The Throne All Autumn, As King Of The Fall (Audio)

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The Weeknd stunts on his records. Introduced with his uber-sexual Trilogy, the Canadian crooner has gathered quite a bit of fame, all while maintaining that mystique. On “King Of The Fall,” Abel balances these honest attributes, singing about his insistence on a private-life, even if his songs expose his bedroom manners.

Sharing its name with Weeknd’s upcoming tour (also including Jhene Aiko and ScHoolboy Q), the song celebrates the successes, the authenticity, and even some of the physical exploits of the rise to the kingdom:


The tour kicks off in Brooklyn, New York on September 19.

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