The Weeknd is continuing to promote the success of his After Hours album as the SuperBowl half-time performer has revealed a new song.
On Thursday night, the XO artist released the remix to “Save Your Tears”, with his past collaborator Ariana Grande. This isn’t the first time The Weeknd has delved into working with his industry colleagues with previous remixes to his songs including “In Your Eyes” ft. Doja Cat and “Blinding Lights” ft. Rosalia.
The Weeknd and Grande teased fans on his updated version of the original song that was included in the Canadian’s chart-topping fourth studio album.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 22, 2021
Both artists have collaborated twice before for Grande’s “Love Me Harder” and “Off The Table” hits.
Grande spoke about the working relationship she has with The Weeknd, his birth name Abel Tesfaye as well as the latter of the two songs.
“I wrote a verse and a chorus, and I sent it over to Abel, and I said, ‘Is this OK?’ And he was like, ‘Yeah, I’m going to write the second verse. It was a very intimate moment and writing process between two friends,” she said in an interview with Zach Sang as quoted by Complex.
“I think he did a great, phenomenal job writing that.”