Frank Ocean broadcasts mysterious, Apple Music-hosted live stream on website

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 1 (UPI) — Singer Frank Ocean has added a cryptic live stream to his website that many believe will eventually announce the release of a new album.

The Apple Music-branded black and white broadcast appeared on Ocean’s website,, which references the rumored title of his second studio album Boys Don’t Cry Monday and features a mysterious figure sawing wood inside a large warehouse.

The live stream comes a month after Ocean teased the release of his next album on the same website by posting an image of an old school, library book check-out card with the most recent date reading July 2016.

As the date passed, fans continued to wonder if Ocean’s follow-up to this critically acclaimed and Grammy Award-winning 2012 debut album Channel Orange would ever be released.

The secretive musician began to step back into the world of music in 2016, appearing on Kanye West‘s “Wolves” from his latest album, The Life of Pablo. Ocean also appeared in new fashion ads for Calvin Klein starting in July.

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