A whole bunch of The Weeknd and Travis Scott tracks just leaked

10+ unheard Weeknd tracks are circulating

Several previously unheard songs by The Weeknd and Travis Scott have found their way online.

Though it is often the case that leaks are low quality demos, these appear to be well-produced finished tracks.

One Reddit user put the number at 11 for The Weeknd and four for Travis. It’s highly likely the leak came from the same place, given the pair have worked together on several songs and shared producers.

‘Out Here’ sounds like it could be an older Weeknd track, having more of a Trilogy than Beauty Behind the Madness vibe, while ‘Party Till’ and ‘3 Wayz’ are pretty classic Travis trap bangers.

Scott has since addressed the leak on Twitter, writing: “If I didn't drop it. Not legit.”

Both musicians released albums only last year, but it wouldn’t be unusual for them both to be working on new singles/mixtapes/albums already.

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