UPDATE (8/19, 12:15 a.m.): It appears that Frank Ocean officially released a visual album titled Endless on Apple Music (click here to watch). The 45-minute long video doesn't show new images, but instead takes from the singer's black-and-white livestream and features the new music he's been playing in that mysterious warehouse. The credits also confirm guest vocals from Jazmine Sullivan and Sampha.
So is this the official album? Or is Boys Don't Cry still on the horizon? We can only wait to find out...
Original Story (8/18, 11 p.m.) Frank Ocean has placed the world into a tizzy yet again! In an unexpected move tonight, the singer relaunched his livestream with music that we've never heard before. The surprise broadcast, which began around 10 p.m. EST, could be a sign that Ocean's Boys Don't Cry album is near.
The artist keeps the mystery going as he is seen drilling wooden boxes together on the floor, and it seems to be growing into a spiral staircase. Very promising and soulful new music floods the livestream's background as Ocean continues his woodwork. As of now, five previously unreleased tracks have played on the broadcast, along with a cover of Aaliyah's 1994 single "At Your Best (You Are Love)."
Boys Don't Cry was rumored to drop on Aug. 5, and at this point anything can happen. Click here to view the live stream on Frank Ocean's official website. Be sure to check back here to see if Boys Don't Cry actually arrives tonight. But in the meantime, view our complete guide to the anticipated LP.