The discography of Canadian singer the Weeknd consists of five studio albums, three mixtapes, two extended plays, three compilation albums (including two greatest hits albums), sixty-one singles (including nineteen as a featured artist), and six promotional singles. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, the Weeknd has accumulated 12.5 million certified album units and 83 million certified digital single units in the US, based on sales and on-demand streaming.
The Weeknd released three mixtapes in 2011: House of Balloons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence, the first of which was certified silver in the UK. He signed with Republic Records in 2012, and released Trilogy, a compilation album of the three mixtapes he had released the previous year. Trilogy peaked within the top five on albums charts and was certified multi-platinum in Canada and the US. The album spawned three singles, all of which were certified platinum or more in the US: "Wicked Games", "Twenty Eight", and "The Zone" featuring Drake. His debut studio album, Kiss Land, reached number two on the albums charts of Canada and the US.
In 2014, the Weeknd recorded the single "Love Me Harder" with Ariana Grande for her album My Everything, and the single "Earned It" for the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. Both singles were top-ten entries on singles charts of Canada and the US. His second studio album, Beauty Behind the Madness, was released in 2015, and reached number one of the albums charts of Australia, Canada, Sweden, the UK, and the US. Supported by the US Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles "The Hills" and "Can't Feel My Face", the album had sold over one million copies in the US and 3.6 million copies worldwide by 2017. "The Hills" was certified 11× Platinum in the US.
The Weeknd's third studio album, Starboy, was released in 2016, and peaked atop the charts in Australia, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand, and the US. It was supported by the international top-ten singles "Starboy" and "I Feel It Coming", both of which feature Daft Punk, and peaked atop the singles chart and received diamond certifications in France. "Starboy" and "I Feel It Coming" also received multi-platinum certifications in Australia, Canada, Sweden, and the US. In 2018, The Weeknd released an EP titled My Dear Melancholy, which spawned the Canada number-one single "Call Out My Name". He recorded the Canada and US multi-platinum single "Pray for Me" with Kendrick Lamar for the Black Panther soundtrack.
On March 20, 2020, the Weeknd released his fourth studio album, After Hours. The hit single, "Blinding Lights", holds the record for the most weeks in the top five (43), top ten (57), and top 100 (90) of the Billboard Hot 100, and also finished 2020 as the year's top Billboard Hot 100 song. The song was later ranked as the #1 Greatest Hot 100 Hit of All Time by Billboard. After Hours peaked atop the albums charts of countries including Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Sweden, the UK, and the US, and also spawned the US number-one and Canada top-ten singles "Heartless" and "Save Your Tears".
On January 7, 2022, the Weeknd released his fifth studio album, Dawn FM. The lead single, "Take My Breath", which was released on August 6, 2021, debuted and peaked at number six on the Hot 100. Other singles from the album include "Sacrifice", "Out of Time" and "Less than Zero".
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