By Jem Aswad. Senior Music Editor. Dozens of people move around the small space, and there are hugs, handshakes and close contact all around, including when Weeknd real name: Abel Tesfaye and Craig meet for the first time and exchange several minutes of friendly chat. Albums by Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Sam Smith, Willie Nelson and many others have been pushed several months, due to practical matters of marketing and touring as well as the bigger concern of appearing tone-deaf or insensitive to the fast unfolding tragedy. I knew how important it was to my fans. Creatively, the album is just as much of a success. Head here for a long interview with The Weeknd about the album, its concept, videos, creation and more. He starts off partying and gambling, then gets beaten up in a fight, and as the loose, still-evolving plot unfolds across multiple clips, things get really weird, as he possibly becomes possessed by an evil spirit and commits a murder. The two mutual fans were introduced in a text last year, and Weeknd invited Carrey to hear some of his new music.
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Allergic to these sorts of scrums, he found his way to his trailer to hang with his friends, five or so fellow Canadians, all of them art-goth chic, wearing expensive sneakers and draped in luxurious, flowing black. He stands 5-foot-7, plus a few more inches with his hair, an elaborate tangle of dreadlocks that he has been growing out for years, more or less letting it go where it wants. It spills out at the sides of his head and shoots up over it, like a cresting wave. Casually, Tesfaye did some vocal warm-ups and sat indifferently as his underutilized makeup artist dabbed foundation under his eyes and balm on his lips. He was scheduled to make a surprise cameo here at the end of a Grande medley. Until that song and, in a sense, that moment, Tesfaye had been a no-hit wonder: a cult act with millions of devotees and almost no mainstream profile.