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Abel Tesfaye, also known as The Weeknd, has released the title track to his upcoming album today and fans are already loving it! The Weeknd’s new album has the same name as the Weeknd’s new song, and fans of the R&B singer are excited to hear he is teaming up with Daft Punk for the track. The Weeknd is known for his unique, mellow sound so fans are searching for “Starboy” lyrics, “Starboy” listen, Starboy track list. Here’s what you need to know about the new song and album!

A Two-Month Wait

Fans who want to listen to the Weeknd’s new song can get the “Starboy” stream from Apple Music or Spotify. The “Starboy” download is in high demand, so unless you want to wait for it to play on the radio, buying the song from iTunes is the best option. The new album launches November 25th, so fans can listen to the title track until the 18-song record hits stores! Unfortunately, the track list is still kept under wraps. The only two songs available are “False Alarm” and “Starboy” (ft. Daft Punk). Although the wait is long; fans are sure this album is going to be well worth it. With the Weeknd’s past career success, there’s really no doubt it will be great!

Fans can also pre-order the album and check out the single at The Weeknd’s website.

 More Explicit Lyrics

The lyrics to “Starboy” are riddled with profanities, not unlike most of The Weeknd’s songs. Radio edits catch most of them, but here’s a glimpse of what you’re in for:

“Let a ni**a Brad Pitt
Legend of the fall took the year like a bandit
Buy my ma a crib and a brand new wagon
Now she hit the grocery shop looking lavish
Star Trek roof in that Wraith of Khan
Girls get loose when they hear this song”

Already Topping the Billboard Charts

Starboy is the Canadian singer-songwriter’s third studio album and will be released by XO and Republic Records. It’s been just over a year since the singer’s last album, Beauty Behind the Madness, which was considered his breakout album. Fans went nuts over his songs, “Often,” “The Hills,” “In the Night,” “Can’t Feel My Face” and “Acquainted. “The Hills” and “Can’t Feel My Face” both hit the number one spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100! “Earned It,” also off the album, won an Academy Award and was used as a single on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. His 2015 album also became the tenth best-selling album of the year, with 1.5 million copies sold across the globe! This is according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. Check out the album yourself in November when it becomes available!