The visual encapsulates the song’s message perfectly but also portrays its elements of horror and eeriness as well.
Perhaps it was the Canadian connection that had the Ottawa native land someone whose fame and recent success has him doing a very limited amount of features over the past year. Interesting, but nonetheless makes sense as evidenced by the collaboration’s cohesion and execution.
Belly’s been in the game for a minute. He broke onto the scene in 2007 with his first single “Pressure” featuring Ginuwine. He’s also worked with Snoop Dogg, Juicy J and extensively with Kurupt, so he is no stranger to the booth.
The Weeknd has seen a lot of things go his way. The Toronto native was nominated for five Grammy Awards last week. Spotify also announced that he was one of the world’s most listened to artists through their streaming service and his Beauty Behind the Madness was the most-streamed album in 2015.
Watch the World Premiere of Belly "Might Not" featuring The Weeknd, and see how many Grammy nods The Weeknd picked up in BET Breaks: Kendrick Lamar Walks Away With 11 Grammy Nods, Omarion Feels Snubbed, below.
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