Frank Ocean is teasing his fans, and it’s driving them insane.
The 28-year-old singer and rapper hasn’t released his own music since his debut album “Channel Orange” in 2012, but rumours have been circulating for months that a new album was in the works.
On Monday, Ocean began streaming a video at the top of his website.
The black-and-white video doesn’t shift from its view of what looks like a woodshop in a largely empty warehouse, but sounds are occasionally heard over the speakers:
Ocean first teased an album called “Boys Don’t Cry” in April 2015 that was to be released later in the year, but that didn’t happen. Early in July, he shared an image of a library due date card with a timestamp that included July 2016, but that month has come and gone and still no album.
This eerily quiet video seems like an announcement of sorts, but without a clear explanation, fans are going crazy.
Frank Ocean is the mewtwo of the real world.
— ハンター (@ELHAE) August 1, 2016
Stay tuned to see what this video reveals, if anything, later today. And if you want to watch for yourself, stream it on Safari, as many people are struggling to watch it on Chrome.
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