"Gasoline" by The Weeknd speaks about addiction, pain, and fame
How does fame affect an individual? Feel the different emotions that flow through us in different stages of the journey.
"Gasoline" is a song by Canadian singer and songwriter, The Weeknd. The song was included in his critically acclaimed album, "After Hours", which was released in 2020. "Gasoline" is a powerful track that explores themes of addiction, pain, and the dark side of fame.
The song begins with the lyrics "You can't run away from yourself," which sets the tone for the rest of the track. The Weeknd sings about his struggles with addiction, and how he feels trapped in a cycle of pain and self-destruction.