The Weeknd doesn't care whether or not you've settled in with Starboy. This man makes music, and he doesn't seem to be taking a breather anytime soon. In his cover story with Billboard, Abel revealed that his music making process is constant:

"After this album's done, we'll be ­working. I have ideas and songs that I want to get out of my head ... I wanted to drop Starboy as soon as ­possible [after Beauty Behind The Madness] just to show that this is what I love doing: making music ... It's very natural, very real. There was a lot of thought behind it, but I did it frantically, very fast, off the fumes of Beauty."

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Can't stop, won't stop. Abel also spoke on his upcoming "Legends of the Fall world Tour, explaining his ambitious vision for the concerts. This is what Tesfaye had to say:

"Environment is very important to me. Sometimes I have to perform during the day for festivals, and my music does not work in the daytime. It is nighttime music. When you come to my show, I want it to feel like opera, like a theater. The darkness is ­important for me ... It's very three-dimensional. Look at Kanye's shows—he changed the game. We're looking at floor seats differently now in arena shows. I want to animate the space like that on this tour."

If you haven't listened to Starboy yet, you've got some catching up to do.