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August 20, 2011  | by: Jasmina Cuevas

The Weeknd

Fresh off the high from the success of his first mix tape, House of Balloons, The Weeknd is back. Releasing his highly anticipated second mix tape, Thursday, The Weeknd is hitting us with that smooth style we all love.  Officially done with October’s Very Own tour with Drake, he went straight back into the studio and made a masterpiece. Fans are in awe right now.

Thursday is part of The Weeknd’s mix tape trilogy that includes House of Balloons and Echoes of Silence, due out later on in the Fall. Tweets from Drake took place throughout Thursday giving hints about the new mix tape, but people were not sure if Drake was talking about the mix tape or whether it was going to release. Well, the mix tape did release late on Thursday evening and the download links were on overload. It was downloaded so many times that fans had to continuously search for other download links to get the mix tape.

Fans have been on The Weeknd’s website and October’s Very Own website commenting for the past two days about how excited they are about the mix tape, so it is quite obvious that The Weeknd has another successful mix tape on his hands. And fans cannot wait until he releases his actual album. I am guessing the stores will be sold out and iTunes will have another “most albums sold” record.

Listen to Thursday here.

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