The Weeknd has added his 2014 track, “King of the Fall,” to streaming services. Initially, “King of the Fall” was on Spotify for a moment before being removed. Now, it’s back on all streaming platforms.
“[I] finally decided to put “King of the Fall” on all streaming platforms,” he tweeted.
In addition to adding “King of the Fall” to streaming platforms, The Weeknd’s remix of Bryson Tiller‘s “Rambo” was also added to streaming services. Adding the record to streaming platforms was part of Tiller’s re-release of Trapsoul. Celebrating the project’s fifth anniversary, he re-released the project, added a few Soundcloud hits to streaming platforms and dropped the “Right My Wrongs” video.
With the re-release of Trapsoul, Tiller is expected to share a new project with fans this fall. The Weeknd may also be joining him by releasing a new project. When talking to Rolling Stone, he said that he may leave quarantine with a new album. Given the success of After Hours, he can afford to take some time off and let fans enjoy” King of the Fall.”