The Weeknd’s ‘Kiss Land’ is the Only Album He’s Considered a Sequel for


If only Kiss Land 2 were a real thing

Chapter one (Trilogy) captured The Weeknd's enigma behind the four walls that held him for 21 years — within Toronto, . Chapter two (Kiss Land) are the results of Abel traveling outside the walls and experiencing life with money and a slightly different mindset, mostly out of his control. 

During an interview with Zane Lowe, stated that his 2013 effort of Kiss Land, would be the only album he'd make a sequel for. It's his most cohesive, story-driven body of work to-date. To that element, this is why the album is the only album he'd consider making a sequel for. Shortly after the interview, he shut down the possibilities of the sequel actually happening. 

“There's a lot of layers,” The Weeknd says on Kiss Land. “That is the only record I see myself doing a sequel to.” 

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