The TTC isn't the most glamorous of locations, but that's exactly where The Weeknd and Future were spotted filming their next music video. The two stars took to Instagram to share some photos from the set and any Torontonians will be able to instantly recognize those red velvety seats that always manage to look like they've seen better days.
The video is reportedly for the song "Coming Out Strong" from Future's recent HNDRXX album. The two have collaborated in the past on songs such as "All I Know," and this represents the first video for the two since "Low Life." In the shots, Abel is decked out in all black while Future sports a embroidered coat by Gucci that is worth upwards of $10,000 USD.
Any fans wanting to visit the subway station seen in the video might have a hard time: Lower Bay Station sits underneath the main platform at Bay Station and hasn't been in use for over 40 years, though it has appeared in many movies and music videos. While there's no official word about the team behind the video, given their longstanding affiliation with the Weeknd and affinity for putting Toronto landmarks into their videos, our guess is that recent Prism Prize winners Kid. Studio are the masterminds behind this.
Check out some images shared by The Weeknd and Future below, and watch for the "Coming Out Strong" video to drop soon.
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