Frank Ocean to Release ‘Endless’ Album on Streaming Services


Two-and-a-half years later, Frank Ocean’s Endless is lastly coming to streaming providers.

The challenge was anticipated to be launched as early as in the present day, in accordance with Billboard. It beforehand existed as a 45-minute visible on Apple Music when it debuted on Aug. 18, 2016, however followers have been patiently ready for a track-by-track album on streaming providers.

Other sources say the challenge received’t be dropping in the present day, however will likely be accessible within the close to future. It’s unclear why Ocean determined to do a correct launch years after the visible dropped.

Endless was an Apple Music unique and marked Ocean first new music since 2012’s Channel ORANGE in addition to his final launch on Def Jam. The experimental 45-minute soundtrack was accompanied by a black-and-white visible through which Ocean confirmed off his woodworking expertise in a warehouse. The music featured appearances from Sampha, James Blake, and Jazmine Sullivan, in addition to a canopy of Aaliyah’s “At Your Best (You Are Love).”

A day after Endless, Ocean’s sophomore album Blond was launched his personal label, Boys Don’t Cry, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

In November 2017, Ocean offered Endless on vinyl, CD, DVD, and VHS by way of his web site.