Last week, The Weekend took to Instagram to announce the forthcoming of his album, After Hours. For months, fans have been under the impression that the singer would be releasing an album titled, Chapter IV but After Hours seemed to have had a stick to the Toronto singer instead.

The album is set for a March 20 release date. The tracklist has also not yet been released to the album but fans can expect his two singles, “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights.” Just a week ago, Earned It singer’s, single “Heartless” jumped from number 3 to number 1 on the Billboard Rhythmic Songs airplay chart.

After Hours will be the singer’s first studio album since the release of his 2016 effort Starboy. In The Weekend’s post to social media of his cover art, he also lets fans know that he will be dropping a single. “Album Cover. New track tonight,” that caption wrote. That single would be the title track of his new album. For fans that are anticipating the album, your best bet is to be on the lookout in March 2020, to see what heat the Canadian singer has in store.

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Album Cover (New Track Tonight)

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