The main source of news for on Frank Ocean's new album, Boys Don't Cry, continues to be every artist except for Frank Ocean. In the wee hours on Monday morning, Brooklyn rapper/singer Theophilus London tweeted that Frank's Channel Orange follow-up will, to quote DJ Khaled and probably someone on Game of Thrones, soon come:
Can't wait till that new Frank Ocean record drops soon! A Lil Birdy told me a secret last night 🛰🛰🛰🛰— Theophilus London (@TheophilusL) July 11, 2016
twe all gonna eat soon, we all need these vibes from franky!!!— Theophilus London (@TheophilusL) July 11, 2016
The 29-year-old London partied with Frank on July 4; we're sure Frank's favorite quality in members of his inner circle is their willingness to talk about the album he never ever talks about.
Shout out to Frank Ocean and @tAzArnold for coming to my house party today! It's was really fun :)))— Theophilus London (@TheophilusL) July 5, 2016
Frank ocean at the party! We won . And u lost if I weren't there , album on the way (his) and (mine) https://t.co/kGwpwYAXzU— Theophilus London (@TheophilusL) July 5, 2016
Frocean fever reignited on July 2, when his website confirmed that the record's still called Boys Don't Cry and seemed to definitively say it's coming this month. 2015 survivors will recall that the album was also promised last July, though. Over the weekend, news hit that the new Calvin Klein poster boy may have also written a novel.
While your mop the sweat off your brow, read our Complete Guide to Boys Don't Cryand watch Theophilus London kick it with Fuse in this interview from the vault: