Frank Ocean Plays New Music in Live Stream, Drops 'Visual Album'

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Frank Ocean performs during the 2013 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Music Festival at Fair Grounds Race Course on May 4, 2013 in New Orleans. 

UPDATE: Apple.com has posted a description for the live stream, titling it the "Endless" music video. 

As the world continued to tune into the 2016 Rio Olympics, Frank Ocean re-emerged during his mysterious live stream on his Boysdontcry.co site on Thursday night (Aug. 18). The elusive crooner appeared to be drilling and hammering away at some staircase-esque structure in a bare warehouse accompanied by what sounds like new music.

The lowkey crooner worked on his special project to a soundtrack filled with breezy ballads, chill tunes and a rework of his previously released Isley Brothers cover of "At Your Best (You Are Love)," which was also covered by Aaliyah.

Everything We Know About Frank Ocean's Long-Delayed 'Boys Don't Cry' Album

Rumors surfaced that Ocean would release his sophomore studio effort Boys Don't Cry on Aug. 5 as an exclusive on Apple Music -- the streaming service currently hosting the live stream -- though the project never materialized.

This post will be updated with more details as they become available. 


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