It’s only been a year since The Weeknd dropped his 2020 smash After Hours. But he says he’s already got his follow-up in the works and it sounds like it might be the flipside to that dark collection. He elaborated on the series of social media teases he’s posted over the last few weeks hinting at new music. If the last record is the after hours of the night, then the dawn is coming. The Weeknd didn’t actually discuss the project but we know we can’t wait. Up next on his schedule, The Weeknd will perform remotely at the May 11 Brit Awards and he’s double down on his promise to not participate in the Grammy Awards again.

Billie Eilish didn’t just slip into something a bit less comfortable for her high fashion cover interview in British Vogue. She also sat down for an Ask a Legend video interview with 23 famous fans that includes questions from the lie of Justin Bieber, Halle Berry, Missy Elliott, The Spice Girls’ Mel C and more. The nearly 20-min video is full of some many random questions, all over the place so she reveals a little bit of everything about herself. As for the future, Eilish said she has a lot of ideas but for now she’s going to just keep them in her head.

Pink has been selected to receive the Icon Award at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, which will broadcast live from LA on Sunday, May 23. Nick Jonas is hosting the show for the first time. Pink is the 10th artist to receive the Icon Award and the youngest recipient to date. Previous winners include Stevie Wonder, Prince, Cher, Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey. Upon hearing the news Pink said I always dreamed about being a singer and sharing my love of music with the world. This is a true pinch me moment and I feel humbled and blessed. As all of the previous recipients have, Pink will perform at the show. This will mark her first performance on the BBMA stage in five years.

(20) P!nk on Twitter: “I feel so humbled to be receiving the ICON Award at the @BBMAs and can’t wait to perform! 🎤💫 Sunday, May 23 at 8pm ET/5pm PT on NBC. #BBMAs #IconPINK” / Twitter

The 2021 Governors Ball festival will take place in New York City from September 24-26 and will feature headlining sets from Billie Eilish, Post Malone and A$AP Rocky. The 10th anniversary edition took a break last year cuz of the pandemic. More than 60 acts will take the stage over the weekend including Megan Thee Stallion, Ellie Goulding, Portugal the Man, Carly Rae Jepsen and many more. Check out the full lineup here.