The Weeknd Says New Album Will Be Less Pop-Friendly: "No More Daytime Music"

As if the collaboration with Gesaffelstein wasn’t sufficient a sign, The Weeknd has seemingly confirmed the return the darkish brooding sound that made him well-known. The Weeknd made the pronouncement 20 hours in the past in a Twitter publish meant to appease the core members his fanbase; those that lie awake trembling with ideas vampiric bloodlust.

Simply put, The Weeknd’s darkish brooding sound is his calling card. Even he might sense that his Starboy template was rising stale. But extra importantly, the “false look” that he playfully created on Starboy, nevertheless efficient, now not speaks to his present self. So in 2019, we discover The Weeknd on his backward, to a cantankerous juncture in time. No extra “daytime music” as he places it, solely compositions the bedwetting selection, glimpses which seem within the early EP recordings.

For a couple of month now, The Weeknd has been doing mild promo for his presumed Chapter VI undertaking. The singer has sworn f talking immediately, save for his most up-to-date Tweet. Instead, Abel Tesfaye has relied upon cryptic imagery to set a tone for his subsequent enterprise. There is evident proof, in spite of everything, which recommend The Weeknd’s present inclination, however sufficient to fulfill the incessant demand (for data). We’ll preserve you on top of things when extra particulars emerge.

Kanye West Is No Longer Doing This One Thing "For The Rest Of" His Life

Here’s the latest on the ever-active mind Kanye West: He’s feeling “super creative,” he hates talking about things he’s “supposed to talk about,” and he’s “not taking no advice” for the rest his life – all in that order. The G.O.O.D. Music creator hit up Twitter once again to send out those three tweets and all we gotta say is ‘go on…”

This isn’t the first time Kanye has talked about taking advice from his peers, on his Ye album he rapped about such things on the track “No Mistakes” saying: “I don’t take advice from people less successful than me.” Maybe someone more successful than Ye (who?) gave him some bad tips and now he’s tapped out from listening to anyone but himself. 

“Anyone I talk to is my therapist. I will pull them into the conversation. I’ll talk through things… And I put that as advice to people Use people around you as your therapist because they probably know more about you,” Kanye previously stated. “Like a therapist does a crash course in Ye and then comes and wants to give you some advice. I’m not saying therapists are bad but I like talking to acquaintances friends family. And I’ll keep them on the phone for 45 minutes just talking through things.”

Looks like things may have changed.