After waiting four years, several false starts and hundreds of panic attacks later, Frank Ocean finally released new music tonight! Too bad it isn’t that album we were promised last month, but what we all heard (and saw) tonight was pretty unusual.
Thursday night fans and critics alike tuned in to a pop-up live stream on his website boysdontcry.co, where the featured image is a mock library book return slip with several missed dates. What a way to taunt us, Frank. *side eye*
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Anyway, set in some sort of workshop, the R&B singer teased snippets of new music believed to be tracks from his long anticipated Boys Don’t Cry album while he built random things like a bookshelf. If you missed it, the 45-minute visual is available exclusively on Apple Music. You can catch features from fellow vocalists like Sampha and Jazmine Sullivan.
Here’s what you can expect from Endless:
3. Commes Des Garcons
5. In Here Somewhere
7. Deathwish (ASR)
8. Rushes To
10. Ambience 001: In A Certain Way
11. Ambience 002: Honeybaby
13. Slide On Me
While we still don’t have a new release date, this project sounds quite promising and may be out fairly soon. Pitchfork got word from a representative of Apple Music saying, “keep an eye out this weekend for more from Frank.”
Whether it comes in the next few days or not, you’ll always have a place in our hearts and we’ll try to put aside a coin to cop up whenever you’re ready to drop. In the meantime, stream Endless on Apple Music here.
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