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The Weeknd has announced Dawn FM as its upcoming fifth studio album, releasing Friday, January 7. The album features Quincy Jones, Lil Wayne, Tyler the Creator, Oneohtrix Point Never, and actor Jim Carrey, as stated in the trailer teased on Instagram.

The preview ends with a voiceover that says, "You are now listening to 103.5 Dawn FM. You've been in the dark for way too long. It's time to walk into the light and accept your fate with open arms."

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The Weeknd’s fifth studio album ‘Dawn FM’ featuring artists like Tyler the Creator, Lil Wayne, Quincy Jones and more hit streaming platforms Friday, January 7th, and the fans are loving it! He kicked off the album release with a live broadcasting on Amazon Music’s Twitch channel, allowing fans around the world to experience the album together for the first time.

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Just days into January, 2022 is proving it will not be any easier than other years. Two years into a pandemic, and people have dealt with work from home, quarantines, and one cancelled plan after the next. Though once unheard of, pushing back the release dates of blockbuster movies has become common practice. All events from rock concerts to Broadway shows are on hold, and it looks like the Grammy’s are no exception.

Just yesterday, multiple sources confirmed that the Recording Academy is considering postponing the 2022 Grammy Awards. This has left many recalling when the same news was announced one year ago—for the 2021 Grammys. Originally scheduled for the end of January, the 2021 Awards ended up being held in mid-March due to rising cases at the time.

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