News Of Frank Ocean Novel Revealed By JavaScript

News Of Frank Ocean Novel Revealed By JavaScript

We’re still stuck patiently waiting for the new Frank Ocean album, which may or may not be entitled Boys Don’t Cry, but at least there’s some light at the end of the tunnel. In recent weeks, the Frank Ocean machine has rumbled back to life with a new post teasing the Boys Don’t Cry due date and an appearance in Calvin Klein’s fall 2016 ad campaign, and now, Calvin Klein has inadvertently given us another Frank update. As one Reddit sleuth has discovered, the JavaScript code on reveals a press release announcing that in addition to the zine we already kind of knew he was working on, Frank Ocean has also been working on a goddamn novel:

Frank Ocean is one of the most artistic and enigmatic musicians working today. Though it has been more than four years since he released his debut studio album, Channel Orange, interest in Ocean hasn’t waned. Instead, it’s increased.

He is known for being a perfectionist, and a pursuant of creativity in all forms. He resists pressure and follows his own vision. He has published a magazine and worked on a novel while continuing to perfect his highly anticipated second album.

Ocean shuns interviews and social media, and prefers instead to speak through his work. He has said that when it comes to understanding music, the most important thing is to just press play.

Ocean is a powerful storyteller, using his own openness and honesty to create an emotionally intimate world in each of his songs. With his craft, his aim is not money, power, or fame, but to grow, progress, evolve and eventually be the absolute be

So while he continues to work on that, we’ll continue to wait, as long as it takes, because when Frank Ocean does something, he does it right. The wait will be worth it.

That doesn’t sound particularly promising in terms of an imminent release date, but Frank can take all the time he wants. I’d rather have an album, but hey, I’d read a Frank Ocean novel.

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