I feel like it’s dangerous to have a career that goes bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and everything’s happening, because at some point it’s gonna drop. And I’m very much in the belief that you can control your own destiny, and I’m not gonna allow myself to fall. So I might just step down. If that makes sense. The next record that I’m making is like, not a pop album. And the reason it’s not a pop album is… people expect you to come, and the next album they’re gonna be like, ‘Well, it has to be bigger than Shape of You and it has to sell more than this, it has to do that.’ And I’m like, well, if I control it, and I’m like, ‘Here’s a lo-fi record that I really fucking love,’ my fans are gonna be like, ‘YAY!’ and the pop world are gonna be like, ‘Oh, well maybe the next one,’ and then on the next album, and so if I go from… ’cause Plus has done like 10 million, Multiply’s done like 15, Divide should do about 17, 18. And if the next one does 2, or 1, or like 500 thousand, it’s not a failure because I’ve made an album that I’m not trying to get there. So it’s not a failure – no one’s gonna be like, ‘That’s a flop.’ It’s just, ‘That’s what he wanted to do.’ And if I have an album that does around that, and then the next record does a little bit better, then suddenly you’re a success again, you know? You control your thing.