The Weeknd's explanation on his song "Blinding Lights"
The Weeknd like his previous records has once again come up with a single, the meaning of which would have never been approved by the Karens had they known it before.
"Blinding Lights" has been a staunch pillar on the Billboard Hot 100 since it initially debuted a half year back and it seems like there is no looking back. The tune is one of The Weeknd's best records ever, mooring the achievement of his new collection "After Hours". As it keeps on floating around the Top 5 on the graphs till date, Abel picked now as the ideal second to disclose the dim suggestion to the melody.
Just like his other album song "Can't feel the face" this one too revolves around the idea of cocaine abuse and consumption. It's equally dark as the last song howbeit the good composition and beat set makes it sound extremely good and addictive.
"'Blinding Lights' [is about] how you want to see someone at night, and you’re intoxicated, and you’re driving to this person and you’re just blinded by streetlights," "But nothing could stop you from trying to go see that person, because you’re so lonely. I don’t want to ever promote drunk driving, but that’s what the dark undertone is." he states to throw light on the idea and true meaning of this music.
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