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."
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.