We’re loving this edgy side to The Weeknd! The singer dropped ANOTHER action-packed music video for his single ‘False Alarm’ — and can we just say that it’s totally NSFW! The clip is definitely a must-see, but beware, it features highly graphic content.
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK, HollywoodLifers. The Weeknd‘s, 26, new music video for his hot single “False Alarm” is like a live-action playstation game! Shot from the camera’s point of view, the singer throws us smack into the middle of a violent and chaotic robbery scene — full of crashing cars, bleeding victims, and explosions! What more could you ask for? “False Alarm” is easily one of The Weeknd’s most hardcore songs, especially when you compare it to his other tunes that fall into our iPod’s “Sex Playlist” category.
Tomorrow … A Gritty Story. Parental Advisory pic.twitter.com/JSxWjzQIR2
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) October 12, 2016
The Weeknd has been on a ROLL with his music lately! Of course we love his old tracks like “Often” and “Earned It,” but it’s great to see an artist progress and change. We first caught a glimpse of The Weeknd’s badass-ery in the music video “Starboy,” in which he basically destroys someone’s house using a lightsaber made into the shape of a neon red cross. This time, The Weeknd plays the part of a robber, who breaks into a bank, holds women hostage, and shoots guns at police officers — girlfriend Bella Hadid must be so proud!
The sexy crooner performed live versions of both his latest tracks on the first episode of Saturday Night Live season 42 (with Australian beauty Margot Robbie as host). As the singer claimed the stage, we couldn’t help but notice that half his hair was MISSING! That’s right, The Weeknd cut off those iconic dreadlocks and is opting for a more sleek and suave look these days. Combining his fresh hairdo, and new head banging jams, we think it’s safe to say that this is the BEST The Weeknd’s ever looked — and sounded! We can’t wait to hear more!
HollywoodLifers, what do YOU think of The Weeknd’s music video? Could you sit through the whole thing?