There hasn't been much to smile about in 2020, though a new collaboration between the late Juice WRLD and The Weeknd might change that.

The Weeknd teased “Smile” earlier this week, a special tag-team with the rising hip-hop star Juice WRLD, who died last December from an accidental overdose, aged just 21.

On Smile, Juice raps: “Devil on my shoulder tellin' me I'll die soon/ I don't really want that to impact you/ But I don't know, maybe I'm just paranoid/ I just want the best for you, I just want what's left of you.

As “Smile” arrived, The Weeknd tweeted: “Wish we could celebrate together.”

Juice’s Legends Never Die posthumous album release made a huge debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart last month, scoring the largest week of 2020 for any LP.

The song is the first new music from The Weeknd since the Canadian R&B artist’s chart-topping After Hours album was released earlier this year.

Smile can be heard on our Hot 100 Channel.
-Billboard