The Weeknd’s new music video pulled from Imax cinemas over fears it may trigger seizures

The Weeknd’s new music video pulled from Imax cinemas over fears it may trigger seizures
Singer releases his new single on Friday

Le weekend’s new music video has been pulled from Imax cinemas over fears it may trigger seizures in people with epilepsy.

The “Blinding Lights” singer will release his new single “Take My Breath” on Friday (6 août), with the track already having been teased in a promo for the Tokyo Olympics.

The accompanying video was due to be shown in Imax cinemas across the US alongside The Suicide Squad.

pourtant, Variété reports that the music video will now no longer play, as it features “intense strobe lighting” that could cause seizures.

“Take My Breath” is the first track to be released from The Weeknd’s new album, which follows on from his 2020 enregistrer Après des heures.

Fans have also speculated this week that the singer, real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, est set to collaborate with Kanye West on his much-delayed album Donda.

Le lundi, West, who is currently living in a room inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta while he works on the album, shared a screenshot to Instagram of his phone’s call log. It showed that he had taken three calls with The Weeknd in the previous 24 les heures.

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