The Weeknd recently delivered his highly anticipated fourth studio album After Hours to critical acclaim, and while the LP’s initial tracklist did not feature any collaborating guest stars, the record’s newly released deluxe edition makes up for the only thing it’s original counterpart lacks. Less than four days after After Hours first hit shelves, the Canadian crooner is joined by Lil Uzi Vert, electronic experimentalist Oneohtrix Point Never, and Chromatics on the album’s new deluxe pressing.
The album’s extended version includes five new additions in total, including The Weeknd’s live rendition of “Scared to Live,” which he recently debuted on Saturday Night Live. Early projections could have the House of Balloons singer vying for the highest opening week sales of 2020, and now, with an extended deluxe version of After Hours available on all streaming platforms, that No. 1 slot seems well within The Weeknd’s reach.