The Weeknd has been on a hot streak for several years now.
On Sunday, he'll add another notch to his belt when he takes the stage for the Super Bowl LV halftime show, which is likely to be a spectacle, considering the performance is funded by Pepsi, not to mention he added $7 million of his own to the budget.
CNW states that The Weeknd, born Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, owns the record label XO, a subsidiary of Republic Records.
He's released a number of records since then, including "Beauty Behind the Madness," which has sold 1.5 million copies globally and topped the Billboard charts. Additionally, several singles have gone platinum -- meaning the sale of 2 million copies.
His latest album, "After Hours," has been a commercial success as well, scoring a record-breaking over 1.02 million pre-adds on Apple music, according to Music Business Worldwide. Billboard reports that it was the fourth best-selling album of 2020, having moved 2.032 million equivalent album units.
However, his assets extend beyond his impressive music career as well.
As many stars do, The Weeknd owns some pricey property as well.
According to CNW, the star purchased a penthouse in Los Angeles in Dec. 2019 that overlooks the Beverly Hills Country Club for $21 million. The building has a monthly HOA fee of $6,800.
Additionally, he owns a three-acre estate in Hidden Hills, Calif., which he put on the market for $25 million in June of last year. He purchased the property for $18 million in June 2017.
Before his days in Los Angeles, he reportedly rented a triplex penthouse in New York City for $60,000 per month.