The Weeknd sang in Spanish for the first time on a Maluma’s Hawaiian remix and dubbed himself ‘el fin de semana’.
He stole many people̵7;s hearts with scientist Sherman Klump’s outfit in Eddie Murphy’s The Nutty Professor this weekend.
And The Weeknd’s next experiment was singing in a language he never had before.
The 30-year-old singer – whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye – sang in Spanish for the first time in his career for the Maluma’s Hawaiian remix in the music video released on Thursday.
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Brilliant new path: The Weeknd real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye – sung in Spanish for the first time in his career for Maluma’s Hawaiian remix as a music video to be released on Thursday
The Weeknd sang in English before impressively performing the chorus of the song in Spanish, joining real-name Colombian singer Juan Luis Londoño Arias.
The two sing in an empty room with intricate modern chandeliers and moody blue lighting as there is also a scene where artists flirt with beautiful women during the clip longer than three and a half minutes.
The MV was shot in Los Angeles by Cinema Giants director Jessy Terrero.
Dynamic duo: The Weeknd sang in English before he impressively performed the chorus of the song in Spanish while alongside real-name Colombian singer Juan Luis Londoño Arias.
Talent: The Weeknd easily solves the language
The song became a hit as the song remained at number 1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart for eight weeks.
The Weeknd even got a new name from the track as he called himself ‘el fin de semana’ – Spanish for the weekend – in a Tweet posted on Wednesday.
Maluma was very excited to be working with the star when he said in a statement: ‘I have always admired The Weeknd so nothing has been a dream come true with him partnering on’ HAWAI ‘Remix – He gave it a breath of fresh air and sang in both Spanish and English, which was impressive. ”
Why so green? The two sing in an empty room with an intricate modern chandelier and blue lighting
Steamy: There’s even a scene where the artist flirts with beautiful women in the clip longer than 3 and a half minutes
Good morale: The Weeknd even got a new name from the track as he called himself ‘el fin de semana’ – Spanish for the weekend – in a Tweet posted on Wednesday
The two co-wrote the song produced by Rude Boyz with Edgar Barrera, Keityn and Bull Nene.
Over the weekend, The Weeknd dressed up as Professor The Nutty for Kendall Jenner’s Halloween-themed 25th birthday party on Saturday night.
The singer transformed Eddie Murphy’s Sherman Klump with a fake makeup and a fat suit to transform into an iconic geneticist professor.
Hercules Hercules! Over the weekend, The Weeknd dressed up as Professor The Nutty for Kendall Jenner’s Halloween-themed 25th birthday on Saturday night.
Uncanny: Singer, 30, transforms into Eddie Murphy’s Sherman Klump (R) character as he holds a cup filled with light green liquid in his hand
Taking Instagram on Sunday to share a closer look at his outfit with fans, The Weeknd beams brightly and places a hand on his chest to mimic the character’s positive demeanor.
Posing for a snap like a classic character, The Weeknd holds a mug filled with light green liquid in his hand, before sharing a video to show off his outfit.
The Weeknd is clearly enjoying Kendall’s party, not socially aloof despite the coronavirus crisis, as he dances in character and also smokes cigars while mimicking the professor’s facial expressions. interesting.
About the character: The Weeknd matches the character’s appearance by wearing a tweed jacket over a blue striped shirt and a red polka dot bow.
Cheerful: The Weeknd is clearly enjoying Kendall’s party, not socially distant, as he smokes a cigar while imitating the gripping professor’s facial expression.
Moving Forward: In a video where he dances to the upbeat music, Kendall commented that he was the ‘best dressed’ person at her party.