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The Weeknd - The Hills (RL Grime Remix) : Must Hear Trap Remix

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UPDATE 9/22/2015: While exploiting the originals dark nature, RL Grime takes The Weeknd's vocals and imprints his exemplary kit of bass and trap prowess into the fold. This crossover into the electronic mainstream is set to register some heat throughout the forthcoming fall months, and we are for certain that one listen to the stream below won't be enough! Enjoy

The Weeknd - The Hills (RL Grime Remix)

Original 9/13/2015: The Weeknd has one of the biggest albums of 2015 with Beauty Behind The Madness as he’s completely taken over the world of pop. By now, we’ve heard our fair share of remixes “The Hills,” and it seems RL Grime has returned back on our radar and been working one of the biggest ones yet and has been playing the track in his live performances. RL Grime’s massive remix takes on the R&B hit with his bass heavy production complementing The Weeknd’s vocals and has us eagerly awaiting its official release. Check out a preview of the song with a video of his live performance below. Enjoy!

The Weeknd Debuts New Song "The Hills" With Strange Music Video

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The Weeknd has been fairly quiet since the release of his first true radio breakout “Earned It,” which was originally for the 50 Shades Of Grey soundtrack. Abel has now unleashed a brand new track titled “The Hills” alongside a music video that has been previously performed live, and was thought to be titled “Mood Music.”

The Weeknd never fails to deliver captivating music videos and this latest video is no exception. Eerie, dark visuals set the tone perfectly for the song. Abel emerges from a car crash, which then engulfs in a fiery explosion while he walks away from the crash as he offers his explicit, sensual crooning until he ultimately ends up in a strange bedroom with multiple women. Enjoy.

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