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The Weeknd performs during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Tampa, Florida.

Every since The Weeknd was snubbed by the Grammys, he’s made it his mission to prove how accomplished and creative of an artist he is and rightfully so.  His rescheduled After Hours tour kicks off in January and he’s made sure to stay busy preparing for it, as well as work on a couple of projects.  He’s collaborated with Kanye West and Lil Baby on Ye’s new album Donda, before that he jumped on Doja Cat’s single “You Right”, and then he released a single “Take My Breath” which is a total banger.  He’s one of the biggest pop stars in the world and couldn’t get a single Grammy nod, even after Blinding Lights lived on the chart longer than any single before it.

You could’ve put an exclamation mark on his artist status after his amazing halftime performance during this past year’s Super Bowl.  He knew how unique and how big that moment was for everyone and for the climate we were living in.  Lucky for us, he documented everything leading up to the single biggest moment in the world; his performance.  His documentary will be released on Showtime September 24th perfectly titled, “The Show.”  The trailer is below and I can’t wait to watch this!

THE SHOW (2021) Official Trailer | SHOWTIME Documentary Film

Months of planning for 12 minutes on the world's largest stage. On September 24, meet the creative minds who brought The Weeknd's Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftim...