FINALLY we get something new from Frank Ocean.
What seemed like a music mirage is actually happening as the Cali singer released what is described to be a “visual album.” Endless, which technically began as under construction (literally) on his website, is now a full blown visual, featuring new music from Ocean playing in the background.
Credits for the Endless have also been revealed. Jazmine Sullivan is featured as a vocalist on four songs while Sampha makes the cut on “Alabama.” Frank Ocean himself has piano and guitar credits on the project. Interestingly, one of the songs is a cover of The Isley Brothers’ “At Your Best (Your Are Love)” — which James Blake, Om’Mas Keith and the London Contemporary Orchestra are all featured on.
If you’re wondering what happened to Boys Don’t Cry, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Reputable sources are saying that Frank’s long-rumored LP is actually dropping sometime this weekend. Endless itself consists of approximately 45 minutes of previously unheard music by the former Odd Future member.
It seemed that all was lost last week when no new music from Frank Ocean surfaced even after the New York Times reported that there would be an album coming out. It was back to the drawing board and according to his own cryptic messaging, the album wasn’t going to come before November.
Nothing is certain with Frank Ocean, so we’re still holding our breath for Boys Don't Cry (but not for too long). For now, peep out his latest project, Endless, via Apple Music here. Also, check out the album's credits and reaction from fans below now that new Frank Ocean music has arrived.
new frank ocean got me like pic.twitter.com/zEmuk2HXhl— MAX IM A KOOPA (@meakoopa) August 19, 2016
When you wondering why Frank is building stairs when he already has stairs he's using to build the stairs pic.twitter.com/S0Klq4wHe9— Fall & Oates (@yc) August 19, 2016
what if frank ocean is building stairs so he can put his album on top then drop it essentially "dropping" his album pic.twitter.com/0mdZwDit6C— antonio (@antoniodelotero) August 19, 2016
DID FRANK OCEAN BUILD A STAIRCASE SO HE COULD LITERALLY "DROP" HIS ALBUM pic.twitter.com/N7MhdD4doI— LOUDPVCK (@LOUDPVCK) August 19, 2016
Frank Ocean - Rushes To pic.twitter.com/ff6lph5Z0Z— maKhambule (@Noz_Lee) August 19, 2016
On 1 hand, Frank Ocean released an ambient R&B Depeche Mode album. On the other hand, Frank Ocean released an ambient R&B Depeche Mode album— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Passionweiss) August 19, 2016
Climb them stairs Frank! CLIMB THEM STAIRS! pic.twitter.com/L7qkGyGExU— X (@XLNB) August 19, 2016
Tryna see how much Frank Ocean charge to come over and build me some shelves for me.— SuperduperZini (@Zini1Zini) August 19, 2016
rushes and rushes to pic.twitter.com/mMYcstHxmF— dude (@lifeofschnick) August 19, 2016
Frank Ocean's "Endless" title is inspired by the endless wait, my endless tears, my endless trust and abandonment issues— mommy (@deryanisperos) August 19, 2016
When you've been waiting so long for a new Frank Ocean album that when it happens you kinda refuse to believe it's actually real— Harry Seaton (@harryseaton) August 19, 2016
(Photo: Karl Walter/Getty Images for Coachella)
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