The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face (Remix Stems)
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“Can’t Feel My Face” is a song performed by Canadian singer The Weeknd from his second studio album Beauty Behind the Madness (2015). The song was released on June 8, 2015 as the third single from the album. It was written by Max Martin, Peter Svensson, Ali Payami, Savan Kotecha and The Weeknd, and produced by Max Martin and Payami.
Critics lauded “Can’t Feel My Face”, comparing the sound of the song to the works of Michael Jackson; Rolling Stone ranked it as the best song of 2015. It was also nominated for two Grammy Awards: Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. The song experienced commercial success, peaking at number one on both the US Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian Hot 100. The single has also peaked at number one in New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland and South Africa, and was a top 10 single in other territories, such as Australia, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom.
“Can’t Feel My Face” leaked in late May 2015. It was officially released on June 8, 2015, following a performance by The Weeknd at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on the same day.
The song is composed in the key of A minor and has a tempo of 108 beats per minute. The vocal range spans from E3 to E5. Multiple sources have interpreted the song to be about cocaine, including a reference by The Weeknd himself in “Reminder”: “I just won a new award for a kids show, Talking ’bout a face numbing off a bag a blow”.Musically, Alice Vincent of The Daily Telegraph characterised as “a synth-laden, upbeat pop song”,while Andy Kellman of AllMusic described it as “a sleek slice of retro-modern disco-funk”.
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