The Weeknd has introduced the ‘103.5 Daybreak FM’ livestream expertise.
The ‘Take My Breath’ hitmaker has partnered with Amazon Music to placed on the particular celebration of his upcoming fifth studio album, ‘Daybreak FM’.
The efficiency can be filmed “someplace in Los Angeles” and kicks off at 5am UK time and midnight EST on Friday (07.01.22), the identical day because the LP’s launch.
The livestream will air on the Amazon Music Channel on Twitch and the Amazon Music App.
A press launch acknowledged: “The facility of the 103.5 Daybreak FM expertise is that most success comes when all who hear it are tuned in on the similar time.”
The 31-year-old star took to social media earlier this week to tease particulars of ‘Daybreak FM’, revealing that the upcoming album will function comic Jim Carrey.
Within the Twitter publish, a voice says: “You are actually listening to 103.5: Daybreak FM. You’ve been at midnight for means too lengthy, it’s time to stroll into the sunshine and settle for your destiny with open arms.”
In the course of the video clip, the upcoming album is billed as a “new sonic universe from the thoughts of The Weeknd”.
Jim, 59, has already listened to the album and he is “thrilled” to be concerned with the venture.
He wrote on the micro-blogging platform: “I listened to Daybreak FM with my good pal Abel @theweeknd final evening. It was deep and chic and it danced me across the room. I’m thrilled to play a component in his symphony. (sic)”
The Weeknd beforehand revealed that he and Jim turned mates across the time of his thirtieth birthday.
Requested whether or not the pandemic ruined his celebrations, he replied: “My birthday was proper earlier than. The celebration wasn’t large. It was a bit venue. Tremendous grungy. Actually good. It’s a spot on the Eastside, lit-up flooring. I used to be DJ’ing with mates. There have been like 100 folks.
“We had enjoyable, and we had been sloppy. I feel I hugged each single individual in that constructing. It was an ideal second. And I met Jim Carrey.”
He subsequently defined that he solely lived “two buildings down” from the Hollywood star.
The singer – whose final album, ‘After Hours’, was launched in March 2020 – shared: “He lived actually like two buildings down from me.
“He had a telescope, and I had a telescope. He was like, ‘The place do you reside? What ground do you reside on?’ I used to be like, Blah, blah, blah. And we seemed out the home windows on our telescopes and we may see one another.”