The Weeknd Not-So-Humbly Brags About Stealing Your Girl on ‘King of the Fall': Listen
By Shannon Carlin
The Weeknd ditches those bedroom eyes of his on his latest track “King of the Fall” to brag about all the crowns he’s wearing.
The song—his second of 2014, following up last month’s “Often”—Abel Tesfaye is letting it be known he gets it his way, drawing a very clear line in the sand: “If you ain’t with me motherf–ker, you’re against me/If you ain’t compliment a n—a, you offending.”
Tesfaye later croons about how he can sell-out London’s 02 arena at his own speed and go home with any girl in attendance: “Bring your girl to my show, give her floor seats/Then she go downtown like she owe me.”