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Frank Ocean's Endless is set to arrive on major streaming services "soon," more than two years. It previously existed as a 45-minute visual on Apple Music
when it debuted on Aug. 18, 2016, but fans have been patiently waiting for a track-by-track album on streaming services.
Other sources say the project won't be dropping today, but will be available in the near future. It's unclear why Ocean decided to do a proper release years after the visual dropped.
Endless was an Apple Music
exclusive and marked Ocean first new music since 2012's Channel ORANGE as well as his last release on Def Jam. The experimental 45-minute soundtrack was accompanied by a black-and-white visual in which Ocean showed off his woodworking skills in a warehouse. The music featured appearances from Sampha, James
Blake, and Jazmine Sullivan, as well as a cover of Aaliyah's "At Your Best (You Are Love)."
A day after Endless, Ocean's sophomore album Blond was released via his own label, Boys Don't Cry, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
In November 2017, Ocean sold Endless on vinyl, CD, DVD, and VHS through his website.