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The Weeknd has suggested in the past that The Weeknd has hinted that his Trilogy album may be taken off streaming platforms.

The Toronto singer took to Twitter Sunday (November 13) to let fans know that the compilation he released in 2012 was not as he would like fans to hear it due missing samples , and the mix is different. Trilogy is comprised of The Weeknd’s three mixtapes from the beginning: House of Balloons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence.

The compilation includes new mixes and sample tracks of diverse songs, providing fans with the chance to experience a different listening experience in comparison to earlier tapes. In the end, Abel is mulling the idea of cutting off Trilogy entirely so that his listeners can fully enjoy his earlier mixtapes.

“If y’all wanna hear the trilogy how it’s supposed to be listened to … listen to House of Balloons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence individually,” The Weeknd said. “Not all of the tracks are from the trilogy, and the mix doesn’t match an original one. However, shout out trilogy. just to clarify for newcomers, it’s not the album.”

He went on to say: “I might get rid of the compilation so that there’s no confusion since all the samples have been removed since the 17th of December 2021. However, I am aware that there are people who love the compilation, so I may not completely eliminate it. However, I would like to make it accessible to all new and strangely old fans. …”

If The Weeknd decides to take off the The Trilogy from all streaming platforms, the fans don’t have to worry about it as House of Balloons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence remain accessible in their original form in Spotify, Apple Music and other platforms. The mixtape trilogy was where it all started for the XO smashmaker, and it includes earlier hits like “Wicked Games,” “Twenty Eight” and the Drake-assisted “The Zone.”

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In the midst of pondering what to does he do with the old songs, The Weeknd is currently looking to give the fans of Los Angeles, California, the ultimate Thanksgiving treat. The 32-year-old singer will bring the After Hours Til Dawn Tour to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, which will take place on November 26th, Saturday as well as a bonus date on November 27, Sunday.

The 2 shows had been scheduled following The Weeknd ended up cutting his tour in September shorter after he lost his voice only four songs into his performance. The pop star announced the new dates on Twitter informing fans that Mike Dean and Kaytranada will also be back as opening acts.