Outside of his major singles like "Starboy" and "Blinding Lights," I never get Abel Tesfaye a true attempt. I immensely enjoy his popular songs as they occupy this very lurid type of R&B that is both fun and seductive, although sustaining that through an entire album seemed too daunting for me. As per my new years resolutions, I wanted to give this stalid radio mainstay a try.
The first thing that captured me about the record was naturally the album cover. I know they ... read more