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Review: The Weeknd - "Enemy"

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You can't blame Abel Tesfaye, better known as the Weeknd, for sticking to what he's good at. When any musician is able to carve out his/her very own brand of music, especially one that's so well received, it's not a terrible idea to play it safe.

Sex, drugs and alcohol are a few commodities you could closely associate with the Toronto emcee's digital R&B. Rest assured, in "Enemy" Tesfaye gets to all three vices in the first 90 seconds. There's also plenty of repetition and soulful crooning. While slightly predictable, it's done so elegantly it's hard to hate.

Find "Enemy" on Abel's upcoming Trilogy, comprised of his first three mixtapes and a few new cuts, due out November 13th through Universal.