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The Weeknd releases “Rolling Stone” video and Trilogy cover art [News/Video]

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Toronto, ON – R&B prodigy and XO member The Weeknd revealed the cover art for his debut album Triology and a new video for “Rolling Stone,” a song off his Thursday mixtape. The Weeknd recently struck a deal with Universal Republic to release Triology, a compilation project that includes re-mastered songs off his 3 mixtapes, House of Ballons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence in addition to a few new tracks. Triology will be available November 13th. The video was directed by Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye and produced Chris Cunningham. The post also has a message from The Weeknd for his fans. Check the cover art below and the video after the jump.

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