Do you feel it coming? Do you?

The Weeknd has just announced that he’ll be performing in Singapore on 5 December 2018 for one night only in his first ever Asia tour!

The Weeknd Live In Singapore
Image Credit: @theweeknd

The performance venue and ticket prices have not been revealed at the moment, so here’s a music video to tide you over until the information is released.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with The Weeknd, you might’ve heard him in Marvel’s Black Panther soundtrack, where he sang “Pray For Me” with Kendrick Lamar.

No wonder everyone loves the weekend.

The Weeknd Live In Singapore 2018
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