Mysterious Toronto-based r&b crooner Abel Tesfaye likes to remain a reclusive figure and create music on his own accord. It should be no surprise, then, when he decides to drop a new track out-of-the-blue, with no accompanying caption on if its part of a bigger release or not. Such is the scenario that surrounds "Often," a song Tesfaye shared with us this morning, one of the first proper the Weeknd tracks we've heard this year. Like its predecessors, the song finds Tesfaye "all alone," contemplating about the fairer sex, and how it fucks with his mojo. Even the album art (see above) is classic him. Download it below.