“The Hills” has all of Tesfaye’s typical signatures, from the whip-snap percussion and booming bass lines to his own soaring vocal heights. But instead of indulging in the guilt-free sexiness of so much of his work, there’s a touch of self-deprecation in the lyricism here. Though he’s trying to “keep it simple” and be honest that this booty call is just a booty call, he’s aware of how shallow it all is. “I only love it when you touch me, not feel me,” he croons. “When I’m fucked up, that’s the real me.” Soundcloud