Frank Ocean Reveals the "Life Hack" Behind His Skincare Routine in New GQ Interview
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Update: According to Frank Ocean, 'Endless' Won't Be Streamable After All

Update: Frank Ocean says Endless coming to streaming is "fake news."

Earlier this week, Billboard reported that Frank Ocean's 2016 album, Endless, would finally be made available on streaming services.

The singer denounced the report via an Instagram comment on a post from a fan page Tuesday, writing, "Fake news."

The 45-minute visual album received mixed reception— some fans were waiting in bated breath for the track-by-track streamable release, while others who interpreted it as a throwaway project that was seemingly only released to fulfill Ocean's Def Jam and Universal Music Group deal at the time were less concerned.

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2019 is getting better.

Soon, you'll finally be able to stream Frank Ocean's 2016 album, Endless.

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According to a report in Billboard, the project was supposed to be available on streaming services and on digital retailers as early as today (January 25). but it's been delayed.

Upon its release on August 18, 2016, it had only existed as one 45-minute music video on Apple Music.  Blond, released independently on Boys Don’t Cry label, was also an Apple exclusive.

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Fans speculated heavily over the project before any information was available.

In November 2017, Endless had been made available on vinyl, CD, DVD, and VHS. It was Ocean's first official release since 2012’s Channel Orange.

It was also his final release on Def Jam.

Source: Billboard