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Right now, they're trying to figure out how to get from Norway, where Tesfaye will be for promo in a few days, to Texas, where he has a show. The tour manager says he'll check, but they're talking about hundreds of thousands of dollars.
According to their tour manager, the only commercial flight from Oslo to Austin is at 8 a.m. Cash looks around and grins: "The label's paying for it, right? I feel amazing right now."The next afternoon, Tesfaye is in a seventh-floor suite at his Soho hotel, having spent most of the previous 18 hours in bed.
"I'm still digesting it, to be honest with you," Tesfaye says of his success."People tell me I'm changing the culture," he says. I think I'm gonna drop one more album, one more powerful body of work, then take a little break — go to Tokyo or Ethiopia or some shit." Hearing him boast about talking shop with Bono, or name-dropping "Naomi Campbell, who's a good friend of mine now," you may be tempted to see a diva in the making; or you may see a 25-year-old guy who's stoked and incredulous to be in the position he's in.After rehearsal, Tesfaye is in the greenroom with his two managers, 31-year-old Amir "Cash" Esmailian and 35-year-old Tony Sal."Like, I just started learning how to pronounce what I'm wearing." He imitates a snooty shopgirl: "' It's not Bal-When he first started recording as the Weeknd, Tesfaye was an unlikely star. The aesthetic was American Apparel-style hipster catnip, right down to the Helvetica font."I was everything an R&B singer wasn't," he says. Early Weeknd songs were atmospheric and chilly, their thick narcotic haze sliced by his broken-glass falsetto.