The Weeknd delivers a new video for "Party Monster," the second track from the Canadian crooner's latest album, Starboy.

The clip opens with a creepy title sequence, which pays homage to the classic children's books, Goosebumps. Throughout the rest of the four-minute, BRTHER-directed visual, The Weeknd rides around in luxury whips and gets his party on alongside a multitude of fine women. Check out the trippy music video above via YouTube.

The confused, kaleidoscope-like graphics accompany the chaotic party record perfectly. The video features similar themes seen in the "Starboy" video, including the same colors, crosses and large cats.

The Toronto singer relies on his smooth vocals to depict his ways with women. "Got up, thank the Lord for the day," he sings. "Woke up by a girl, I don't even know her name/Bitches in my new spot, crowdin' up my space/Had to check the safe, check the dresser for my chains."

In other Weeknd-related news, the XO artist just gave an interview with GQ Magazine, in which he criticized Donald Trump for his lewd and inappropriate comments regarding women.

“I don’t know anybody that would do that,” Abel says regarding Trump’s comments about grabbing genitals. “I know a lot of people in the industry, and I don’t know anybody. Like, a random girl that like you just spoke to? No. I mean… No. How do you even grab a pussy? Like, is it even grabbable? America, man. They never fail you.”

As aforementioned, you can watch the "Party Monster" video above.

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