10 years ago, The Weeknd shifted the sport with the discharge of “House Of Balloons.”





10 years ago, The Weeknd shifted the sport with the discharge of “House Of Balloons.”

Long before he would tell the Grammys to suck his d*ck, within the most correctness way possible, The Weeknd was just an enigmatic figure from Toronto who took the web by storm with House Of Balloons, his debut mixtape that was later repackaged as a part of Trilogy. Today marks the 10-year anniversary of his groundbreaking project that shifted the sound of R&B and pop entirely moving forward.

The enigmatic presence of the Toronto crooner only enhanced the luxurious sounds of R&B blended with electro-pop and other genres that made House Of Balloons so addicting within the first place. “What You Need” transforms a vocal sample from Aaliyah’s “Rock The Boat” into a seductive, pitched-up intro, leading the way into The Weeknd’s hypnotic, drug-inducing performance.

For more on the impact of the Toronto singer’s debut, read, “How The Weeknd Changed RnB & popular culture With House Of Balloons.”

Quotable Lyrics


And I’ma love you girl, the way you  need
Ain’t no one gon’ stop us, ain’t no one gon’ stop us
And I’m gon’ give you girl, what you fiend
I’m the drug in your vein, just fight through the pain


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