And just like that, The Weeknd's unloaded some brand-new music.

On Wednesday morning (Nov. 27), hours after tweeting out a cryptic message about starting a "brain melting psychotic chapter, Abel dropped his new song "Heartless."

Featuring a dark, sleek instrumental, the new track finds Weeknd being exactly what the title of his new song implies as he croons on about women, money, drugs and more.

"Never need a bitch, I'm what a bitch need (Bitch need)/Tryna find the one that can fix me/I've been dodgin' death in the six-speed/Amphetamine got my stummy feelin' sickly/Yeah, I want it all now/I've been runnin' through the pussy, need a dog pound/Hundred models gettin' faded in the compound/Tryna love me, but they never get a pulse down," Weeknd sings on the new track.

The song's been out for less than an hour, but it's safe to say that fans who wanted to hear Weeknd talk that talk got exactly what they wanted.

While Weeknd hasn't explicitly said where this new song will live, there's a good chance it's on his forthcoming new album. Weeknd sparked some rumors about a new album when he unceremoniously deactivated his Instagram account back in June. He brought back his IG account a few days ago.

Weeknd hasn't dropped a new project since March 2018's My Dear Melancholy EP, and he hasn't dropped a new album since 2016's Starboy. Back in April, he joined Travis Scott and SZA on a Game of Thrones soundtrack song called "Power Is Power."

Check out "Heartless" below.

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