Missed You Lyrics
“Missed You” is a song by American artist The Weeknd. It was released as the first single from his album After Hours (Deluxe) and was written by The Weeknd and DaHeala. Fans of the song may have enjoyed the Weeknd’s interpretation of the song. They also noted Loeb’s influence on Rhiannon, a vocalist on the album. This article looks at some of the key points in the lyrics.
The Weeknd’s interpretation of Lisa Loeb’s hit song
While the original song was written by Lisa Loeb, the Weeknd’s version of the popular pop song is an entirely different story. Featuring Lisa Loeb’s memorable lyrics, The Weeknd’s version is an ode to the late artist, who died of a drug overdose aged 27. The Weeknd’s version was inspired by the enduring popularity of the song.
The Weeknd’s misadventure with DaHeala
The Weeknd has been teasing his upcoming fourth studio album, The Misadventure Of a Blonde, for months now. The rumored collaborators include Lil Wayne, Tyler, the Creator, Jim Carrey, and Max Martin. However, the new track may have The Weeknd’s misadventure with DaHeala to blame.
Loeb’s influence on Rhiannon
The music of Rhiannon Giddens reflects her interest in the ecstatic forces that animate human nature, and this is evidenced in her lyrics. Though the title of her song may have come from the Welsh prose cycle of the same name, her influence on Rhiannon’s lyrics is not limited to her country. She has performed in numerous venues, from the Sanders Theatre to Global Arts Live, exploring the underlying rhythms of musical traditions from around the globe.