The Weeknd

The Weeknd appearance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show

The Weeknd, also known as Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and producer. Famous for his unique versatility style and music production, as well as in eccentric presentation. Born on February 16, 1990, and started his career and influence in modern music in 2010.

The Weeknd started with anonymously uploading several songs to YouTube. Then a year later released the mixtapes House of Balloons, Thursday, and Echoes of Silence. With these releases, The Weeknd quickly gained fame and following, along with recognition from several mainstream publications due to his dark style of Rhythm and blues and Mystique surrounding his identity.

In a year shaped by the Coronavirus, the weekend found a way to make a 20 minutes break into a mini-concert. In most of his career, The Weeknd has found ways to bring him into the spotlight every time, and this coming to us inside of a two-seater sports car, parked in front of a Vegas-like backdrop. Stepping outside and continuing the theme with enteral robotic acting as his choir. While singing “Starboy” and “Call out my name”. Before heading into the dazzling sight of “The Hills” in the background.

At the beginning of the halftime show inside the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, for Super Bowl LV. Following his performance in the American Music Awards last November with the face bandages.  The Weeknd went a few steps further with an inside the funhouse of golden mirrors. Were he met with a crowd of bandaged face doppelgangers. All walking and drunkenly crashing into each other, while The Weeknd sang the rendition of “Can’t feel my face”. This mood was reflective of his taste of self-destructive nature of his music videos. 

The performance was a perfect fit for the Covid-19 guidelines, as The Weeknd brought a small crowd than usual high-end performance. The Weeknd mostly performed alone, together with limited choreography, even at one point a violin instrumental. The only time when bandaged dancers did show up, was as a marching band. They took over the whole stadium ground, while keeping six feet in distance.

Usually, such performance uses high-end Choreography to a tee, with a lot of moving parts. Even though his music videos are always over the top and dramatic, The Weekend took this in a difference route. Performing it as a secret whispered in a front of 100 million people inside the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The Weeknd made sure those at home also enjoyed the show, by focusing on the cameras. With his band playing from behind him while a choir dressed like him, surrounded him. With their faces bandaged, sharing the fame-skeptic iconography of recent music videos.

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