The Weeknd isn't done giving us new music. After releasing his fourth album After Hours last month, the singer has delivered another set of remixes: a dancehall reworking of "Blinding Lights" by Major Lazer and a "Heartless" remix featuring Lil Uzi Vertwith a visual.

Lil Uzi Vert hops on The Weeknd's "Heartless," delivering a fittingly anguished verse about a cold lover. "She rob me for my love, I feel like this a stick-up," he raps. The accompanying visual, dubbed “Heartless (Intermission),” is a compilation of footage from the After Hours world, with trippy VHS filters intercut with animations of The Weeknd. Watch the clip and listen to the track below.

Diplo teased his supergroup's "Blinding Lights" edit last week on Major Lazer's Youtube channel. Now the group has released the official remix, which flips The Weeknd's ballad into a lively dancehall-infused anthem. Stream it below.

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