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The Weeknd previews new Kanye West produced track ‘Tell All Your Friends’ – listen

The R&B singer releases third album 'Beauty Behind The Madness' on August 28

The Weeknd has previewed a Kanye West produced track from his new album ‘Beauty Behind The Madness.’

Titled ‘Tell All Your Friends’, the R&B singer treated fans to the unheard track during his show at the Drais Rooftop Nightclub in Las Vegas last night (August 18).

The Canadian singer did not perform the song, report Consequence of Sound, instead choosing to play it out via the venue’s PA system. A snippet was then published to instagram.

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The Canadian R&B singer, real name Abel Tesfaye, is scheduled to release his third major label album next week (August 28), following on from 2013’s ‘Kiss Land’ and his ‘Trilogy’ mixtape compilation LP.

The record will feature guest spots from Lana Del Rey, Ed Sheeran and Labrinth. A handful of tracks – including recent single ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ – were also co-written with and produced by hitmaker Max Martin, who has previously worked with Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears and ‘N Sync.

“When you work with someone who has been doing it for as long as Max Martin you can’t help but learn,” Tesfaye told GQ. He also revealed how Martin’s studio was the former home of actress and icon Marilyn Monroe.

“I came up with the concept for a song called ‘In the Night’ in her bedroom. That was pretty amazing,” he said, continuing: “Unfortunately, I couldn’t help but imagine Joe DiMaggio’s sperm everywhere on the floor.”
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