The Weeknd Clarifies His Usher Comments

The Weeknd Clarifies His Usher Comments

The album of the Weeknd speaks for itself. However, it would not be a proper press run for any artist if there was not a bit of controversy about it. Between his lyrics that refer to his personal life and the enticing visuals that go with it, The Weeknd’s artistry is as unique as it comes. He often cites Ethiopian music and Michael Jackson as the most important sources of inspiration that are very clear. Recently, the Starboy sat down with Variety and folded a few feathers as he talked about Usher’s 2012 hit Climax as a Weeknd song.The Weeknd Clarifies His Usher Comments As The R&B Veteran Starts ‘Climax’ Challenge – Plus Diplo Chimes InThe hit comes out after releasing his album House of Balloons that changed R&B forever. After a proper drag on social media, Usher entered the conversation by serving live vocals as he sang the chorus in a clip posted on Instagram with the Climax challenge. the production on Climax lends itself to the House of Balloons era @theweeknd. When I heard the early records, they blew my heart – in their silence and a spacious, iconic voice that felt unique on the Internet. the idea of ​​R&B with dark edges was what I wanted to bring to @usher – Thomas Wesley (@diplo) April 9, 2020 Social media users highlighted the shadow and used it as a weapon to use against The Weeknd whose choir did not is not as strong as Usher. Diplo, which produced Climax, took to Twitter to