Photo Credit: Collier Schorr for Frank Ocean

Fans Who Bought Frank Ocean's "Little Demon" Vinyl to Get Unreleased Record Instead

Photo Credit: Collier Schorr for Frank Ocean

Fans have the option to cancel their orders.

Frank Ocean fans who purchased his latest single "Little Demon" got a surprise gift on Tuesday morning. Instead of "Little Demon," fans will receive an all-new, unreleased track on vinyl. Those who wish to cancel their orders have until Friday, February 28 to do so.

Ocean originally planned for "Little Demon" to be a vinyl-only release. In November, Venezuelan producer Arca remixed the track. London rapper Skepta added a verse to the remix.

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Frank released two singles in 2019, "DHL" and "In My Room." In October 2019, he previewed "Dear April" and "Cayendo." At Ocean's PrEP+ club nights in Queens, Justice and Michigan beatsmith Sango respectively remixed the two tracks. Vinyl copies of "Dear April" and "Cayendo" have sold out. Check out Ocean's online store for updates on potential restocking.

Ocean has kept a low profile all along, but even more so after parting ways with Def Jam. Last month, he appeared in Prada's Spring/Summer 2020 menswear campaign. Beforehand, Goldenvoice revealed that Ocean and Travis Scott would headline Coachella 2020.

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In an interview with W Magazine, Ocean spoke about his interest in club music. "I've been interested in club [music], and the many different iterations of nightlife for music and songs," he said. "The things I look at now have a lot to do with those scenes: Detroit, Chicago, techno, house, French electronic."

Fans will see if the new release is inspired by these genres shortly.

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