The Weeknd’s Fans Are Convinced His Song ‘Snowchild’ Is About Selena Gomez

In case you’re looking into The Weeknd’s “Snowchild” verses about Selena Gomez, odds are this is on the grounds that you’re likewise shook at the way that Sel’s previous fire—genuine name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye—just so happened to drop his music video for the tune on her exacting birthday. Incident? I think not.

Selena turned 28 on Wednesday, July 22. In the interim, The Weeknd jumped on Twitter Wednesday morning to declare that his official music video for “Snowchild” would be dropping “in a few hours.” By Wednesday evening, the 30-year-old vocalist shared the connection to the video on his web based life accounts.

The anime-style music video was created by D’ART Shtajio, the “principal dark claimed anime studio,” as indicated by a tweet by Tesfaye. In it, the artist goes through past forms of himself as an entertainer. However, fans additionally saw that there are potential clues covered up in the music video—a considerable lot of which appear to address his ex, Selena. It wouldn’t be the first run through The Weeknd has referenced his ex, nor is it the main case that fans see the likenesses in Selena’s reputed melodies about him.

This time around, a portion of those highlights incorporate inflatables inside the absolute initial 20 seconds of the music video for “Snowchild”— a potential reference to Selena’s birthday—though others noticed the setting of a few scenes seem like the “Lose You to Love Me” vocalist’s photoshoots, including houses and flights of stairs. It’s important, in any case, that different fans have deciphered the inflatable symbolism as a source of perspective to the House of Balloons-time mixtape discharged by The Weeknd in 2011.

In any case, if the music video references aren’t sufficient to persuade you, there are still more clues that have fans talking. In particular, Selenators realize that their object of worship has said that “Snowchild” was her main tune by The Weeknd before. Truth be told, the vocalist even recorded the track on her official “Cooking Together” playlist on Spotify in April.

Despite the fact that it’s been more than a long time since Selena and The Weeknd dated in 2017, the likely references to one another in their music despite everything haven’t let up. Regardless of whether it prompts a revived sentiment or fellowship, we’re supportive of it. Be that as it may, see the clues for yourself: Keep on perusing for The Weeknd’s “Snowchild” verses and music video, underneath.

Verse 1

I used to pray when I was sixteen
If I didn’t make it, then I’d probably make my wrist bleed
Not to mislead, turn my nightmares into big dreams
Whole squad mobbin’ even though we only six deep
I was singing notes while my niggas played with six keys
Walking in the snow before I ever made my wrist freeze
I was blowing smoke, had me dizzy like Gillespie
Niggas had no homes, we were living in the dead streets
You couldn’t find me like I’m Hoffa
Cover girls jumping out the page like they pop ups
Spending all my money on these niggas that I brought up
Taking care of families for my brothers when they locked up
And I had nothing to believe in
Double cup leanin’
Couldn’t even breathe and
For that money I was fiending
Cali was the mission but now a nigga leaving


Leaving, leaving into the night
Now a nigga leaving, leaving
Leaving into the night, oh

Verse 2

She like my futuristic sounds in the new spaceship
Futuristic sex, give her Philip K dick
She never need a man, she what a man need
So I keep on falling for her daily
We was at Coachella going brazy
Stack a couple M’s like I was Shady
Now I’m in Tribeca like I’m Jay-Z
Rockin’ Sorayama like he pay me
I just signed a new deal with Mercedes
Got me movin’ dirty like I’m Swayze
All my diamonds dancing like they Swayze
All my diamonds hitting like they Swae Lee
Jet so big got a business and a coach
Always livin’ on the road, rockin’ Louis à la mode, nigga
And for that money, I been fiending
Cali was the mission, but now a nigga leaving


Leaving, leaving into the night
Now a nigga leaving, leaving
Leaving into the night, oh


Twenty mill’ mansion, never lived in it
Zero edge pool, never dipped in it
Superstar neighbor in my business
Paparazzi tryna catch me slippin’ and
Going on tour is my vacation
Every month another accusation
Only thing I’m phobic of is failing
I was never blessed with any patience


So a nigga leaving, leaving, leaving into the night
Now a nigga leaving, leaving
Leaving into the night, oh