Frank Ocean Just Dropped A Visual Album Named Endless

It could be time to verify if pigs can fly.

You read that headline right. No, this is not a dream. Yes, Frank Ocean released his new album.

The project is his very first because 2012’s Def Jam debut, channel orange, and comes right after relentless speculation, several rumored release dates come and gone — and all the hype to match.

It started just months following channel orange came out, when Frank mentioned he was almost a dozen songs into his comply with up. In April 2013, he told MTV News that he had been listening to “a lot of Beach Boys and Beatles” for inspiration. The next April, he stated he may skip Coachella to finish the album. The next April, he officially announced a record named Boys Do not Cry, pegging it to a July 2015 release date. That never occurred, and then last month, he hinted it would be out by the finish of July. Which also didn’t come about.

But all of these anticipation-constructing moments (and they’re just a handful of of the many) looked like they’d finally come to an finish when the singer launched a mysterious livestream on his internet site. The New York Times reported that the album would be released, by way of Apple Music, on August five, generating an even larger tidal wave of excitement. Then the stream went dark for two weeks, only to commence back up late Thursday (August 18) evening by playing some new music even though Frank constructed a staircase.

Now, after all of that, Frank has lastly dropped a visual album referred to as Endless, comprising clips from the livestream that’s been on his website more than the previous handful of weeks as effectively as new footage. According to Rolling Stone, Boys Do not Cry is a separate project that will be released later this weekend — so there’s nevertheless more Frank to come.

You’ve been rewarded for your patience. Head to Apple Music to stream the album at last.

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Ariana Grande Just Dropped Her Second Fragrance — You And Your Brother Can Wear It

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Surprise! Ariana Grande lowkey released her second fragrance last weekend. The great news is that you don’t have to deal with the weeks of anticipation like you did with her final 1, Ari. The even much better news is that this one is gender inclusive.

The restricted edition scent — Frankie, named following Ariana’s older brother — is meant to be worn by both guys and women. The cubic bottle comes in two colors, a metallic silver and pink, though neither are made for one particular particular gender.

Frankie isn’t the initial unisex fragrance to hit the market. Calvin Klein’s CK 1 dates all the way back to 1994, and because then, designers like Tom Ford have followed suit. Still, getting an individual like Ari release her own genderless fragrance promotes the idea of equality in a new way to a new generation. And the truth that it smells very good doesn’t hurt either.

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