The R'n'B singer takes a stroll through the streets of his hometown of Toronto and parties with a bunch of pretty ladies in the music video.
The Weeknd takes viewers to his hometown of Toronto, Canada, in the music video for his "King of the Fall". In the clip, the R&B recluse is featured taking a stroll through the streets of the city in slow motion.
The footage of him singing while walking alone and meeting numerous people in various locations intersperses with the scenes of him at a house party with some friends and a bunch of pretty girls.
"King of the Fall" was released earlier this year to promote The Weeknd's upcoming tour of the same title. SchoolBoy Q and Jhene Aiko are joining him on the four-city trek that's scheduled to open on September 19 in New York and finish on October 10 in San Francisco.
The track's music video comes just a few days after the star unveiled the NSFW visuals for "Often", a new song hopefully from the follow-up to last year's "Kiss Land".
The Weeknd's "King of the Fall" music video