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The Weeknd Makes Christmas Extra Special With Two -- Yes, Two! -- New Songs

Two is better than one.

Leave it to The Weeknd to close out 2015 with a bang. The rapper has a little something for you this holiday season -- two new songs! The first is "Low Life," a collab with Future, and the second is a remix of Jeremih's "Pass Dat." Both tunes are available now on SoundCloud.

2015 has been quite the year for Abel. There's a reason MTV News ranked him as No. 4 on our best artists of the year round-up! His hit songs "Can't Feel My Face" and "The Hills," as well his Beauty Behind the Madness album, both hit No. 1 on the charts. He brought ??? to the VMAs stage in August. Most recently, he was featured on “Might Not," Belly's latest song that dropped earlier this month.

The Weeknd's latest releases come just in time for those New Year's Eve dance parties. "Low Life" has a slow but catchy beat. Future raps the explicit verses, while The Weeknd nails the hook.

"I'm always repping for that low life," Abel repeats through the chorus. Take a listen below.

Meanwhile, the "Pass Dat" remix takes the original song to a whole new level of awesome. The Weeknd takes over the first verse, replacing Jeremih's lyrics with his own: "If you're not with me, I feel bad for your team / You should cut them off, you can follow your dreams."

We'll have these Christmas gifts playing on repeat, thankyouverymuch. ?