The Canadian singer, The Weeknd teamed up with the late Juice WRLD for the brand new pop, hip hop track named ‘Smile.’ – Listen to the full track below.
The official video has arrived on the late Juice WRLD Youtube channel. where the artist paints a portrait of Juice WRLD and The Weeknd, because the rapper drops a verse about desirous to convey pleasure to someone he loves, even when it means he’s not in that particular person’s life. He raps, “I’d do anything in my power to see you just smile.”
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The Weeknd announced the new collaboration track news on his social media, where he wrote, “XO + 999 Thursday Night,” earlier this week. The track, ‘Smile’ is the first release from The Weeknd since he dropped his fourth studio album ‘After Hours’ earlier this year.
The Weeknd sings, “I just want to see you smile / Don’t Cry / Even though it means I gotta let you go / Dependent on you gotta learn to be alone.”
On 11th Sep, 2019, Juice WRLD tweeted that, “Me and The Weeknd would make a diamond record…”
The Weeknd New Collaboration ‘Smile’ With Late Juice WRLD
Download and stream ‘Smile’ full song by clicking here.
Last month, Juice WRLD’s the first posthumous album named ‘Legends Never Die‘ has arrived, The album features 21 brand new track including previously released single, “Life’s a Mess” (with Halsey), as well as “Righteous,” “Come & Go” (with Marshmello), and “Tell Me U Luv Me” (with Trippie Redd).
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This year, The Weeknd also released his new album called ‘After Hours’. The album features 14 brand new tracks including Alone Again, Too Late, Hardest To Love, Scared To Live, Snowchild, and many more.