The Weeknd continues to tease his highly anticipated new album, After HoursYesterday, the Canadian pop star stopped by Saturday Night Live for a special performance on the show, including the debut of a new song called "Scared to Live."

The episode was hosted by James Bond actor Daniel Craig. The Weeknd kicked things off with an emotive first-ever performance of the unreleased track. Evoking his upcoming album's cover art, the singer performed with a bloodied face and donning a red suit. Watch his shimmering rendition of the ballad below.

Later on in the show, The Weeknd took the stage again to perform his recent single “Blinding Lights." Alongside his musical performances, the singer also popped up in a number of skits. He also provided the show's hilarious "Weeknd Update." Check it out below.

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