The new 27 song set features songs recorded during the sold-out German leg of the Danish outfit's 'Rewind, Replay, Rebound' World Tour.
The band are partnering with the UK's Trussell Trust for the EP and all proceeds from the project will go to the anti-poverty charity.
The track also features on the K-Pop superstars' mini-album of the same name, which entered the Billboard 200 for the first time in June.
The experience includes an intimate-yet-dynamic listening session of 'After Hours' - solely between the fan and The Weeknd - and much more besides.
The sparse, pastoral song was written and produced by Swift and Jack Antonoff.
The is the lead single from Drake’s forthcoming sixth studio album, which he revealed on his socials is called 'Certified Lover Boy'.
Fans can tune in at 12pm PT/3pm ET/8pm BST to revisit the ground-breaking, cross-reality live performance.
The band are inviting their fans to "take a look behind the scenes of 'Dreamland.' Now in technicolour and with added never before seen footage.”
The band have also recently shared some brand-new European and U.K. tour dates for 2021 in support of the record.
Her new album's success marks Swift’s seventh consecutive No.1 entry on the Billboard 200 and 6th consecutive studio album with over 800,000 albums in the first week.
The album's performance broke the record for first-day album streams by a female artist on Spotify.
Both tracks are slated to appear on Khaled’s next album, 'Khaled Khaled', though a release date for the album has yet to be announced.
“Big or small, spending time honing your craft and performing in venues is vital on the journey to becoming a successful touring and recording artist. We must never live in a world...
Initially released in 2000, the album debuted at No. 3 on Billboard Top 200 and went on to sell 10 million copies.
The new track, which is out now on Republic Records, marks the first time the two rappers have joined forces.
‘The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady’ drops this Friday via Republic.