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The Weeknd Discusses Taking Down “Trilogy” From All Streaming Services

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The Weeknd’s mixtapes House of BalloonsThursday, and Echoes of Silence all are made up of the songs in Trilogy. He released them all back in 2011, however, he shared Trilogy a year later. The artist says that he is thinking about removing his Trilogy project from streaming platforms. Weeknd believes his fans should hear the three projects surrounding the album in their original mixes.

The Weeknd took to Twitter to let his fans know his thoughts.

On Sunday, November 13th, The Weeknd tweeted, “If y’all wanna hear the trilogy how it’s supposed to be listened to … listen to House of BalloonsThursday and Echoes of Silence individually,” He explains, “Not all samples are on trilogy and the mix isn’t the original mix. But shout out trilogy but fyi, for the new fans, it isn’t an album.”

Weekend goes onto say, he may get rid of the compilation so that there’s no more confusion and that all the the samples have been cleared since December 17 of 2021.

In his tweets, the star also considers the fans who love the compilation so he might not get rid of it. He states that he just wants it to be clear for all the new and weirdly older fans.

Fans flooded the comment section with their love for Trilogy.

One user @xobarbiegurl said “literally every detail from every song on the mixtapes are here nd i am so in love with it!” Another user @bburningham even replied to The Weeknd suggesting, “It’s a whole different experience individually. For the obvious differences, try What you Need, Coming Down. Subtle production differences can be heard on others such as Next, D.D., Lonely Star, and Outside. So good.” One fan by the name Genova even got a reply from the singer himself. She stated that she believed the trilogy version is 10x better, in which The Weeknd said in his personal opinion, the original birds part 2 sounds way better than on trilogy.

Written by Stephanie Kinberg

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