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The Weeknd (Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) performs at the Verizon Center on Thursday night.

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The Weeknd’s Lyric Video for “Call Out My Name” Is a Refreshing Callback to the Pre-Trilogy Era.

When The Weeknd first crept into the internet’s crevices—before anyone knew what he looked like (and before his first three mixtapes were packaged into a compilation album)—the then-elusive crooner kept most of his YouTube uploads, which were often just being still images accompanied by audio, quite simple. Though we do see his face throughout the majority of his latest offering, its simplicity evokes a nostalgia possibly meant to remind day ones that he hasn’t left.

Get into the lyric video for “Call Out My Name” below.

Speaking of Music Videos, Cardi B’s “Bartier Cardi” Visuals Dropped Last Night.

The video (of course) features a cameo from fiancé Offset, as well as an appearance from 21 Savage. Cardi’s debut album, Invasion of Privacy, is out on April 6—one day ahead of her Saturday Night Live appearance with Chadwick Boseman.

Watch Cardi tap into her inner Material Girl below.

At Wiscansin University, You Can Learn the History of Autotune with T-Pain.

Tallahassee R. Pain, PhD, is welcoming students to enroll at Wiscansin University for the spring semester. “A new institution of higher learning,” Wiscansin U is “taking the pain out of college” with the opportunity to enroll in courses like “Accounting For Strippers” and “The Art of Sprung.” Yes, it’s all fictional, but you can still cop some dope Wiscansin University gear in the shop. Like its slogan says, “We can’t believe it either.”

Visit the official site here.

Here’s What the Squatting Meme Girl (@Solo_Kalin) Thinks of Her Newfound Twitter Celebrity.

The woman pictured in the squatting meme that’s taken social media by storm is happy to know she’s bringing light to folks’ lives. The meme star—who can be seen tending to her aching knees after “squatting for the gram” in the now-viral image—took to Twitter to interact with admirers and followers, sharing that her goal is to “put as many smiles on as many faces as I can before I leave this earth.”

We’re here for it.

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