The Weeknd and Kid Cudi have premiered a remix of "Privilege," a track taken from The Weeknd's 2018 project, My Dear Melancholy. Check out Kid Cudi's verse below.

In the remix, Cudi can be heard reminiscing about a late friend: "I lost a friend today / Feel you gone, gone you slipped away / Here you always stay with me / The moments shared, the memories as I dream."

Kid Cudi's remix was premiered by The Weeknd during the Halloween episode of his Beats 1 radio show, MEMENTO MORI. Although the song is yet to see an official release, fans can still hear it on the radio show's latest episode.

A few months ago, Kid Cudi also announced that he's working on an animated series with Netflix. Based on his upcoming album Entergalactic, the show will be produced by Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and is scheduled to be released sometime in 2020.

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