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The Weeknd: Starboy Daft Punk video

The Weeknd recently released his Starboy Daft Punk video to the masses and the internet has gone wild abuzz the Starboy Daft Punk video promotion and hype behind the Starboy Daft Punk video “Starboy” is a song recorded by Canadian singer The Weeknd for his third studio album of the same name, featuring French electronic duo Daft Punk.

Much abuzz and hype behind The Weeknd’s highly anticipated upcoming new studio album, Starboy

With The Weeknd and his greatest studio album by the same name latest release Starboy Daft Punk video the main feature and hype behind Starboy Daft Punk video,The Weeknd’s third studio album: Starboy.

Starboy Daft Punk video & The Weeknd’s lead single from his third studio album, Starboy.

Lead single release from The Weeknd via XO Records and Republic Records

The lead single was released on September 22, 2016, by XO and Republic Records, as the first single in the new Starboy Daft Punk video from The Weeknd’s new album similarly titled, Starboy.

The Weeknd Starboy Daft Punk video

Grant Singer directed Starboy Daft Punk video

Grant Singer: Director who previously worked on the singer’s music videos “Can’t Feel My Face” and “The Hills.”

The Weeknd Starboy Daft Punk video premiered in late September 2016 via TheWeeknd official YouTube VEVO channel on September 28th 2016.

The official music video for the song was directed by frequent collaborator Grant Singer, who directed the singer’s previous music video for “Can’t Feel My Face” and “The Hills“.

The Weeknd’s third studio album release, Starboy Daft Punk video with third music video worked on by Grant Singer

Now his fantastic work on the third music video, once again Grant Singer has his magnificent top-notch studio video quality production work on the Starboy Daft Punk video.

Composing and Handling The Weeknd: Starboy Daft Punk video and composer Cirkut

The artists co-wrote the song with Doc McKinney and Henry Walter. As you might expect in the Starboy Daft Punk video Daft Punk handles the majority of the song’s production, with McKinney and Cirkut serving as co-producers.