The chorus to the Weeknd's Can't Feel My Face (released June 8, 2015) is oddly reminiscent of Hall and Oates' last Billboard Hot 100 number one single, Out of Touch (released October 4, 1984). Same key and similar chord progressions (though tempos and melodies differ.
While Canadian singer-songwriter-producer Abel Makkonen Tesfaye's a.k.a. The Weeknd's Can't Feel My Face (released June 8, 2015) has drawn comparisons to Michael Jackson's Rock With You (:51), mainly due to the vocal similarities between Tesfaye and the late King of Pop, elements of Can't Feel My Face can be found in Herb Alpert's Rise (released July 20, 1979), The Greg Khin Band's Jeopardy (2:03) (released 1983), Bill Wither's Lovely Day (2:17) (released December 1977), and even Madness' Our House (:15) (released November 12, 1982). Compare the bass lines/groove from Can't Feel My Face with those from Rise, Lovely Day, and Our House, and the chorus drum fill in CFMF with the one in Jeopardy.